For immediate release JY&A
Sopheak Seng appointed fashion editor of Lucire
Wellington, July 4 (JY&A
Media) Sopheak Seng has been appointed fashion editor of Lucire,
taking over from Samantha Hannah.
Mr Seng had worked in the workroom for Robyn Mathieson
before styling and merchandising for the Wellington designer.
I am delighted that Sopheak has agreed to join
Lucire, says Jack Yan, the magazines publisher.
Not only does he have my approval, but that of his predecessor.
Already in his first reports for Lucire
I have found him energetic and enthusiastic. Sopheak has an encyclopædic
knowledge of fashion and I look forward to working with him as we
develop our properties worldwide.
I am very excited about joining the Lucire
team, says Mr Seng. Ive been a fan of the magazine
for a long time, and admired its pioneering moves online and in
We have discussed some of the new media Lucire
is going in to, and I cannot wait to play a part in this new era.
Mr Seng is Lucires first male fashion
editor, though a number of men serve in editorial capacities for
the magazine around the world.
Mr Yan paid tribute to Mrs Hannah, who departs for
Fishhead. Sam came on board with great ideas that set
us in motion in late 2008 and through 2009. Im very pleased
with the work she has done with us and wish her all the best with
her new ventures.
Images for this release may be downloaded at <http://jya.net/100704pr0.htm>.
Lucire, the global fashion magazine (www.lucire.com), started on the web in 1997. In October 2004, it became the first
magazine in its sector to extend its brand into a print magazine.
By May 2005, it became the first web magazine to spawn international
print editions. Lucire became the first fashion industry
partner of the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP, www.unep.org).
It is headquartered in Wellington, New Zealand and published by
Lucire LLC. For print edition information, see <http://www.lucire.net>.
Notes to editors
Lucire is a registered trade mark of Jack Yan & Associates
and subject to protection in certain jurisdictions. All other trade
marks are the properties of their respective owners and are only
used in a descriptive fashion without any intention to infringe.