Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior, Cartier, Valentino, Ralph Lauren and many other luxury advertisers are reaching the 1.6 million readers of the latest WSJ. Magazine, out for the United States’ Memorial Day weekend.
Today in luxury marketing – Ralph Lauren sales miss estimates, but it sees a pick-up; Fabrizio Cardinali appointed Dunhill CEO as change continues at Richemont; Luxury-goods companies go to great lengths for China’s VIP shoppers; Luxury buyers preferring bright colors over sober classics.
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If Saks Inc. goes through with the leveraged buyout of its company, the result could either spur international growth of the retailer or hollow out the company depending on the buyer’s intentions.
Italian footwear label Salvatore Ferragamo is raising global awareness for the story of its founder through the brand’s first comic book that ties in with a current exhibition.
The Leading Hotels of the World is showcasing its properties in a collaborative film project that is part of its 85th anniversary cinema-themed campaign.
Porsche Cars Great Britain is enticing top-tier automobile owners and enthusiasts by showcasing the innovations of its iconic Carrera during the model’s 50th anniversary year.
Beverly Wilshire, a Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA, is enhancing the hotel experience through a new mobile application that allows guests to take full control of their stay.
Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Christian Dior, Cartier, Omega and other luxury advertisers helped to propel the June issue of Architectural Digest up 43 percent in ad pages since the same issue last year.