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Professional Magazine:
Couture meets Leisureware. Symbiosis of art and fashion. Visual information instead of long-winded texts. Facts instead of personal opionions.

The reader is presented with the most interesting collections, stores and market news worldwide. Editorial content fashion, shoes and accessories for the the high-end segment.

Editoral mainstay: Shops and trend reports from the world's major cities and from trade fairs, supplemented with news, research, contacts, interviews, business talk, tips, focused on the very best.


The Emphasis is on the visual coverage of:

1. Relevant stores, showrooms, display windows, interior, furnishings, product presentations.

2. Look Book: Photos of shows and the latest from the most important trade fairs in the world.

3. Trend Report from the major cities, people, stores, lifestyle.

4. Photos of collections, trends.

 
Art and the Zeitgeist inform the issue's presentation, its cover, opening pages and graphics. The visual information is accordingly clear, accessible, vivid, professional. The texts on the various topics as well as the interviews are short and to the point. They benefit the reader by providing him with information which increases his turnover, improves business or confims what he already knows.

8 Languages:
English, German, Spanish, Italian, French, Mandarin, Japanese, Russian. There will be a seperate issue for each language.

BEST FASHION RETAILER OF THE WORLD AWARD 2013

 

10 Corso Como, 14 oz., Barneys New York, Breuninger, Dover Street Market, Fred Segal, Joyce, L’Éclaireur, Luisa Via Roma, Maxfield, Merci, Quartier 206, Selfridges, Villa Daslu and Webster were the winners of the Best Fashion Retailer of the World Award 2008-2012. The following stores have been nominated by WeAr for the 2013 award.
We now ask you – our readers – to vote and therefore determine the top 3 retailers. The winners will be announced and presented in the upcoming WeAr January 2014 issue.

 

Africa L'Atelje – Cape Town America Alchemist – Miami American Rag – Los Angeles Andrisen Morton – Denver Atrium – New York Barneys New York – New York Bergdorf Goodman – New York Bloomingdales – New York Confederacy – Los Angeles E-Street Denim – Highland Park Fred Segal – Los Angeles Headquarter – Vancouver Holt Renfrew – Toronto H. Lorenzo – Los Angeles HLNR – Los Angeles Jeffrey – New York Kitson – Los Angeles Lulu's – Miami Maxfield – Los Angeles Opening Ceremony – New York Relic – Boston Richard Kidd – Vancouver Saks Firth Avenue – New York Satine – Los Angeles Scoop – New York Seven – New York TNT Blu – Toronto Tootsie – Houston Webster – Miami Villa Daslu – São Paulo Asia Addition Adelaide – Tokyo Aizone – Dubai Al Othman – Bahrain BBS – Tokyo Beymen – Istanbul Boutique 1 – Dubai Cannabis – Tokyo Club 21 – Singapore Hyundai Department Store – Seoul I.T – Hong Kong Joyce – Hong Kong Lane Crawford – Hong Kong Lift – Tokyo Loveless – Tokyo On Pedder – Shanghai Restir – Tokyo Shangai Xintiandi – Shanghai Shine Fashion Store – Shanghai Australia Parlour X – Sydney Cose Ipanema – Melbourne Belinda – Sydney General Pants – Sydney Europe 10 Corso Como – Milan 14 oz. – Berlin Abseits – Stuttgart Antonia – Milan Antonioli – Milan Apropos – Cologne Attica – Athens Banner – Milan Bendler – Erfurt Biffi – Milan Block 60 – Riccione Bosco dei Ciliegi – Moscow Bruschi Cinema – Vicenza
Breuninger – Stuttgart Cenere – Bassano del Grappa Colette – Paris Compagnia Unica – Genos Different Fashion The Group – Sylt Doshaburi – Barcelona Dover Street Market – London Du Nord – Oldenburg Eder – Kitzbühel Eickhoff – Düsseldorf Excelsior – Milan Fashion Clinic – Lisbon Feldenkirchen – Hamburg Fischer – Konstanz Frauenschuh – Kitzbühel Galeries Lafayette – Paris Gallery Madrid – Madrid Gente Roma – Rome Gerard Loft – Florence Glam! – Bremen Grace Fashion House – Munich Harrods – London Harvey Nichols – London Henrik Vibsov Boutique – Copenhagen Keller – Friedrichshafen Jades – Düsseldorf Jean-Pierre Bua – Barcelona Jet Set – St. Moritz Lazzari – Treviso Le Bon Marché Rive Gauche – Paris L'Eclaireur – Paris L'Escalier – Oslo Liberty – London LN-CC - London Luisa Via Roma – Florence Maria Luisa – Paris Merci – Paris Murkudis – Berlin Nathalie Shuterman – Stockholm Nick & Sons – Milano Marittima Nitty Gritty – Stockholm NK – Stockholm Off & Co – Munich Oi Polloi – Manchester Penelope – Brescia Pool – Munich Printemps – Paris Pub – Hötorget, City Quartier 206 – Berlin Ra – Antwerp Rail – Brescia Ratti – Pesaro Reyer – Hallein Sbaiz Spazio Moda – Lignano Sabbiadoro Scala – Prien am Chiemsee Selfridges – London SONG – Vienna Sören – Hagen Spazio Lazzari – Treviso Spree – Paris Start – London Storm – Copenhagen Sugar – Arezzo TAD Concept Store – Rome Tessabit – Como Theresa – Munich Troispommes – Zurich Tsum – Moscow Verso – Antwerp Vertice – Turin White Gallery – Rome Your Premium Store – Antwerp Zenon – Oslo

advertising & media info

To valuate any media-data, it is important to know what to compare and to be sure that the datas provided are accurate; which in the media industry sometimes unfortunately is not the case.

Up to our knowledge, we are the only true global fashion magazine, that is published in 8 languages and read in over 50 countries by the top professionals in the clothing and footwear-industry who have a combined buying-power of multi-billions of dollars.

It is important to note that we aim to reach the decision makers, the mind- and the trendsetters on a global level. One buyer who is ultimately one reader, from a huge department store like Karstadt, Barney’s, Nordstrom, Galeries Lafayette and the like, has the combined buying power of thousands of consumers.

These are the people we reach. We are very well known and often sold in the top-concept stores of the world such as 10 Corso Como and Colette; these are places that inspire other retailers with ideas on what to buy and how to do better business.

A further benefit is the penetration and awareness in future markets such as China, Japan or Russia. We print the magazine in these corresponding languages (Mandarin, Japanese, Russian) hence already having reached these markets. The latter are becoming more and more important and will be cornerstones in the future for brand-building of any company.

If you as a professional and know how many good stores are really to be found around the world (forget the very small stores), you realise that our numbers are very reasonable and will be well worth the invested money. It only takes one good new top-client from anywhere in the world whom you get through WeAr, and your investment is easily paid off.

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