The Financial Times’ lifestyle supplement “How To Spend It” is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its launch with a fundraising issue Nov. 29.
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Giorgio Armani and Fendi’s home furnishing lines inspired readers of Architectural Digest’s November issue to update their interior decorating before holiday guests arrive.
Cartier and Harry Winston were among the jewelers to advertise their pieces as works of art in Town & Country’s November “Art” issue.
Jewelers and watchmakers such as Tiffany & Co. and Patek Philippe touted their finest designs to stay top-of-mind in Robb Report’s November issue.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is sharing its favorite, time-tested recipes with consumers in a new cookbook titled “Neiman Marcus Cooks.”
Luxury advertisers such as Chanel and Hermès jockeyed for attention in Bloomberg Pursuits’ holiday edition to spur gifting ideas for the imprint’s affluent audience.
Cartier and Louis Vuitton were among the luxury advertisers featured in WSJ. magazine’s fourth annual November “Innovators” issue honoring innovative and influential individuals.
Luxury advertisers such as Christian Dior and Chanel promoted personal care lines in the November issue of Tatler to address the cover story’s theme of “Rebel Beauty.”
Italian atelier Valentino’s founder, Valentino Garavani, is inviting fashion and gastronomy enthusiasts into his five homes to taste his favorite recipes.
The cryptic and socially expansive Rêver2074 initiative put forth by French luxury firms and cultural institutions has been unveiled as a celebratory ode to the Comité Colbert.