Lucire USA

Lucire is a fashion magazine that originally began on the web in 1997, branching into a monthly print edition in its home country of New Zealand in 2004. It is the first fashion partner with the UNEP, an arrangement that began in 2003.

At its launch, it was the second online fashion title in New Zealand (after Wellington Polytechnic's Fashionbrat), and the first commercial fashion magazine on the web there. It claims to be the first fashion title to extend its brand from the internet into print, and the first website to launch print editions in more than one country. An unusual claim is that Lucire is the first national consumer publication in New Zealand to use exclusively typefaces designed and produced domestically.

Simone Knol edits the web edition, Laura Ming-Wong the "master" print edition in New Zealand. Summer Rayne Oakes was made the US Editor in 2007. Previous positions were staffed by Stevie Wilson, who served as US Editor-at-Large, Catherine Rigod, who filled the role of West Coast Editor and Richard Spiegel, who worked as a New York based photojournalist, among others. Lucire was founded by Jack Yan, who continues to serve as Publisher.

When conceived, the name was not intended to have a meaning; it was only later that the team discovered it was a quaint Romanian term meaning ‘to glitter’ and there is a similar word in Spanish meaning ‘to show off’.

In the early 2000s, Lucire covered new talent alongside more established names. It was one of the first publications to profile Zac Posen, New Zealand shoe designer Kathryn Wilson, MTV New Zealand presenter and former beauty queen Amber Peebles, and numerous others. In 2003, it was the second-ever New Zealand website to be nominated for a Webby Award.

It launched a Romanian edition (helmed by Mirella and Valentin Lapusca) in May 2005, claiming to be the first New Zealand fashion magazine to enter the continent, and the first webzine in the world to launch two print editions. The magazine is subscribed to throughout the world, including Australia, the United States, and various European nations.

Print edition cover girls have included Brittny Gastineau, Vanessa Carlton, Stacie Jones Upchurch, Nicky Hilton, Theodora Richards and Monica Gabor. New York photographers Barry Hollywood, Gray Scott and Jon Moe have contributed the greatest number of covers.

Country:

City:

The Middle East's First and Leading Online Fashion Magazine.

Online magazine featuring the latest and greatest in fashion, from end to end and trend to trend.

Since its launch in June 2009 as the Middle East’s first online fashion magazine, Savoir Flair has established itself as the region’s leading women’s website, dedicated to reporting the latest and greatest in global style for a legion of smart, affluent, and sophisticated female followers.

Each day, our interactive website delivers the finest editorial content, providing readers with thrilling exclusives and unprecedented access to the luxury industry through frequent collaborations with the world’s foremost designers, celebrities, and fashion personalities.

Our product-packed pages, featuring the most lust-worthy local and global fashion and beauty hand-picked by our editors, are at once aspirational and accessible, allowing readers to shop directly from the page with the simple click of a button. Each feature serves as the ultimate shopper’s guide, bringing style enthusiasts a well-curated showcase of everything that’s fashionable – from what’s new to what’s next.

Country: United Arab Emirates
City: Dubai
Country: South Korea
City: Seoul
Country: Switzerland
City: Zurich
Country: Japan
City: Tokyo

Easylivingmagazine.com provides a one-stop shop for real women who are cash-rich and time-poor offering practical and beautiful solutions for every aspect of their busy lives. It is the natural online extension of this exciting magazine, featuring stylish home life, fashion, food, travel, beauty and health news every day – plus, an interactive directory of all the companies and services you’ll ever need, from interior decorators to tried and tested "must-haves".

Country: United States
City: New York

Fashion Quarterly is New Zealand’s definitive fashion and beauty guide.

At the start of each season, the magazine analyses all the important trends as they happen.

Fashion Quarterly takes the subject of fashion seriously, giving readers a glamorous and inspirational ride through the very best each season has to offer locally, as well helping out with practical guidance on how to make the most of it in their own wardrobes.

Beautiful photography and informed fashion and beauty journalism make the magazine relevant, aspirational and entertaining for every woman with an eye for fashion.

Country: New Zealand
City: Auckland

The Online Magazine. Made in Mexico, by Face.

Country: Mexico
City: Monterrey

Volt Magazine is a creative hybrid that they created to showcase original (specifically commissioned) work form some of the most directional and vital international fashion talents that are fuelling the British scene right now.

Over-sized and unbound the unique format was conceived so that every inch could be relished simultaneously and to push the conventional magazine format way beyond its tight perimeters, producing something that genuinely works a fresh perspective.

Snubbing the inherent censorship that somes with cosying up too close to celebrity Volt's a serious salute to those photographers, stylists, hair & make-up artists and writers still serious about experimenting with fashion without any ties - dispensing with the fame for finance attitude in favour of a magazine with real integrity.

Country: United Kingdom
City: London
Country: Malaysia
City: Petaling Jaya

Vogue Collections, launched in 2011, is a special edition published twice a year under copyright cooperation by China Pictorial. It gives an in-depth report on the Spring/Summer and Autumn/Winter shows, and includes substantial feature stories elaborating on key trends. In addition to the magazine, there is also an iPad edition of Vogue Collections.

Country: China
City: Beijing

Pages