Luxury brands read from scripts, practiced the art of hand puppets and got to know store employees in videos from the third quarter of 2014.
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Swiss footwear and accessories label Bally is elevating its position in the art world with the release of a 10-part video series created at Art Basel this year.
Italian leather goods maker Salvatore Ferragamo has expanded its personalization program for its iconic Vara and Varina shoes to Europe.
Automaker Audi is boosting engagement on its United Kingdom Facebook page with a contest in partnership with Chelsea Football Club.
Condé Nast Traveler recruited global explorer Bryn Mooser to embark on a 12-episode video series in a Land Rover.
Italian fashion label Valentino is giving consumers a complete brand experience through its runway show live-stream.
LVMH-owned editorial site Nowness is debuting a revamped Web site dedicated entirely to video content.
Footwear label Stuart Weitzman is making consumers do a double take with its latest fashion film, featuring two identically styled blondes wearing its fall collection.
British automaker Aston Martin announced a redesigned Web site to ensure interested consumers can navigate easily on its homepage.
U.S. fashion label Marc Jacobs is staying relevant with a grid-like layout for its Web site redesign that allows many collections to be shown simultaneously.