French atelier Céline is aiming to attract readers to its mobile look book through a large advertisement featured on The New York Times’ mobile Web site.
British automaker Jaguar is leveraging Instagram videos to embellish the mythical origins of its new F-Type Coupé model.
Mr Porter is transferring its clean cut Web presence to a mobile application that allows consumers to browse and purchase the online retailer’s curated collections with ease due to its parallels to Apple’s iOS7.
Rolls-Royce Motor Cars is familiarizing fans with the scope of its bespoke services through an Instagram contest that asks fans to submit pictures of vibrant colors that would look good on Rolls-Royce vehicles.
French leather goods maker Longchamp is promoting its pre-spring collection, while stoking consumers’ interest in holiday shopping with an interactive wishlist application found on its Facebook page.
Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts is showing further social media plasticity with its early embrace of Pinterest’s new “Place Pins” option that allows users to map out previous, planned or fantasized excursions.
Department stores Barneys and Bergdorf Goodman are increasing engagement with their highly-trafficked holiday window displays with Instagram components that will likely hike global awareness.
Richemont-owned Piaget is sharing the secrets of watchmaking with enthusiasts through a new mobile application that explores the ultra-thin complications developed by the brand for its Minute Repeater wristwatch.
German fashion label Porsche Design is furthering its collaboration with BlackBerry for the P’9982 smartphone and a crocodile model limited to 500 units that will be sold at British retailer Harrods.
The Ritz-Carlton is animating its print advertisements with augmented reality in the female Pan Arab magazine Sayidaty, which marks the first campaign of its kind for the brand in the Middle East.