Thursday, February 26, 2009

Flare celebrates 30 years of fashion

Flare, one of Canada's most important fashion and beauty magazines, is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year. First published as Miss Chatelaine in 1964, the Rogers Media title became Flare in 1979. It now has about 1.5 million readers, according to the most recent PMB research.
"As Canada's leading fashion magazine for the past 30 years, Flare has launched the careers of the country's most sought-after designers, photographers, models and editors," says Lisa Tant, editor-in-chief, in a release. "At home and abroad, Flare is recognized not only as Canada's style authority but a world-class destination for the best the fashion industry has to offer."
The anniversary celebrations will include a special edition and soon-to-be-announced gala.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um, "important fashion and beauty magazine"? My vote for oxymoron of the day.

3:16 pm  
Blogger D. B. Scott said...

That's just nasty. Nobody's asking you to like fashion magazines. But a magazine with 1.5 million readers is pretty important to them.

3:31 pm  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It makes sense when you write it that way.

8:52 pm  

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