Luxury lifestyle publication Robb Report has compiled a list of the world’s 50 most influential collectors to salute these individuals among industry experts and their peers.
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Italian designer Giorgio Armani is weaving together his personal and professional history in a memoir coinciding with his brand’s 40th anniversary.
French couture house Christian Dior is altering the lens in which it is viewed through a new book focusing on brand imagery shot by photographer Richard Avedon.
Condé Nast International’s Vogue Paris is celebrating its 95th year of publication with an anniversary collector’s issue.
After exiting her namesake label in July, designer Donna Karan’s memoir spanning her career in fashion will hit bookshelves Oct. 13.
Weighing in at 832 pages, repetition was the primary way for luxury brand advertisers to ensure visibility among competitors in the September issue of Condé Nast-owned Vogue.
NEW YORK – Although the medium is undergoing a period of change, print is still an invaluable vehicle for luxury marketers to reach target consumers, according to the publisher of WSJ. Magazine at the Luxury Retail Summit: Holiday Focus 2015 on Sept. 16.
Neiman Marcus is celebrating female talent through the September issue of its magazine The Book, which was developed, photographed and styled completely by women.
Ralph Lauren, Dior and Gucci were among the luxury apparel brands to join Tatler’s “fashion bonanza,” part of the publication’s September issue.
Bally and Lanvin were among the women’s fashion labels to take part in WSJ. magazine’s September “Women’s Fashion” issue, the publication’s largest book to date.