Dior, Gucci and Armani were among the fashion brands showcasing their ties to Hollywood in Hearst-owned lifestyle publication Town & Country’s September issue.
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Forty-six percent of the advertisers in The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ. magazine’s September issue were new to the publication, contributing to the imprint’s largest page count in its six year history.
Web site The Superyacht Life is launching the first issue of its lifestyle publication, 71% magazine.
Apparel marketers turned to Condé Nast Tatler’s September issue to draw attention to their latest collections in an issue that promises “fashion that won’t make you look like a twit.”
Louis Vuitton, Armani and Gucci were some of the fashion marketers that looked to Condé Nast-owned Vanity Fair’s September issue to reach consumers within the style-themed content.
Ralph Lauren, Chanel and Gucci were among the luxury fashion marketers to share current collections with the cross-generational readers of Vogue’s August issue.
Breguet, American Express’ Inspirato and Maserati looked to the advertising pages of Robb Report’s August issue to embody their audiences’ shared interests.
In the wake of the United States Vogue announcing its slimmer September edition, British Vogue is preparing its largest fashion issue ever.
In the July/August issue of Hearst’s Veranda marketers such as Wolf, Sutherland and Lancôme sought to represent the sentiments of the shelter publication’s affluent readers.
Timepiece valuation brand The Chronofy will launch a quarterly guide to consolidate information for pre-owned wristwatches.