Footwear label Brian Atwood is increasing its follower base on Instagram with a contest to acknowledge loyal customers.
Consumers are increasingly turning to their smartphones over computers to browse the Web, so marketers must make an impression with mobile-optimized sites.
British watchmaker Christopher Ward is aiming to trigger mobile sales through a QR code on its print advertisement in the spring issue of Aston Martin magazine.
Only 3 percent of affluent women and 9 percent of affluent men purchase designer apparel through their mobile device, according to new research by the American Affluence Research Center.
New York department store Bergdorf Goodman promoted its 2013 documentary film “Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s” through an advertisement on The Cut’s mobile site.
Richemont’s Cartier is generating desire for its engagement rings and wedding bands among affluent brides through a solo sponsorship of the new iPad application for New York magazine’s weddings edition.
French fashion house Givenchy is seamlessly connecting consumers to its mobile-optimized site and Le Rouge campaign through a QR code on lipstick packaging.
French conglomerate LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton is generating excitement for the “Les Journées Particulières” weekend in Europe June 15-16 with a dedicated handle on mobile-social platform Instagram.
Italian jeweler Bulgari is strengthening its multichannel B.zero1 campaign with a banner advertisement on Condé Nast-owned Vanity Fair’s mobile-optimized Web site.
Land Rover is using a mobile application to showcase its new Range Rover vehicle and let consumers experience it through an eight-stage interactive journey from four synced camera angles.