French leather goods maker Hermès is bringing its current print campaign to life through a social video that explores the brand’s range of products.
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Family-owned Italian fashion label Missoni is looking to be part of consumers’ dining experiences through a MissoniHome collaboration with celebrity chef Mario Batali’s Italian marketplace, Eataly.
British smartphone manufacturer Vertu is drawing inspiration from the runway with fashion trend-inspired colors for its Constellation model line.
Leather goods maker Hermès is honoring its roots by promoting customizable saddle options to attract affluent consumers gearing up for the beginning of equestrian season.
Switzerland’s Longines is showcasing its relationship with equestrian sports with a new social video that parallels the dedication involved in horse training with that found in fine watchmaking.
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British automaker Bentley Motors is continuing its expansion into lifestyle products with the introduction of its latest men’s fragrance, Azure.
London department store Fortnum & Mason is targeting culinary-inclined consumers with a Valentine’s Day promotion that concentrates on a romantic meal rather than the traditional gifting of jewelry and flowers.
British fashion house Alexander McQueen created a surreal narrative film to accompany its spring 2014 print advertising campaign.
Venue change for Luxury FirstLook 2014 New York Jan. 15: Peninsula Hotels, Barneys, La Prairie, L’Oreal Luxe, Pratesi, American Express PublishingJanuary 14, 2014
The venue has changed for the second annual Luxury FirstLook: Strategy 2014 conference to the Luce Room in New York’s Time & Life Building. Registration is open for the event Wednesday, Jan. 15, 2014 featuring speakers from Peninsula Hotels, Barneys New York, La Prairie, L’Oreal Luxe, Pratesi, American Express Publishing, Richart, Hearst’s Veranda, Martini Media, The Gate Worldwide and former executives from LVMH and Saks Fifth Avenue.