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Lumière (magazine)

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File:Lumiere Magazine logo.jpg
Type of site
Fashion magazine
Available inEnglish
OwnerLumiere Inc.
LaunchedOctober 10, 1995

Lumière was the first online fashion magazine.[1][full citation needed]


Lumière was founded by Stig Harder in 1995.[citation needed] It was mentioned by Vogue (UK), Elle,[2][full citation needed] The Guardian,[3][full citation needed] The New York Times[4] and Entertainment Weekly.[5][full citation needed]

It was relaunched on September 10, 2012.[citation needed]

Awards and Distinctions[edit]

Lumière was nominated for a Webby Award in 1999[6] and again in 2002.[7]

Lumière was included in an exhibition called "Mixing Messages: Graphic Design in Contemporary Culture" at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum between September 17, 1996 and February 16, 1997.[8][dead link]


  1. Vogue. "Facing the future" 1995.
  2. Elle Japan. 1996. p. 79
  3. The Guardian. 1996. p. 5
  4. Schatz, Robin D. (January 21, 1996). "Fashion World Discovers The Net Is Not a Snood". New York Times, p. 29
  5. Entertainment Weekly. 1996. p. 69

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