High-end interior marketers such as Ralph Lauren Paint and Clive Christian looked to the July issue of Condé Nast shelter publication Architectural Digest to join in on the notion of “sensational summer style.”
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Christian Dior and Gucci are among the marketers using Vanity Fair’s “Hollywood’s Next Wave” special issue to appeal to a new generation of consumers.
Patek Philippe, Dior and Ulysse Nardin competed for visibility in Robb Report’s 26th annual “Best of the Best” June edition that lists the world’s finest goods and services across industry sectors.
Gucci and Ralph Lauren and are among the menswear marketers supporting the profiles of renegades inside and outside of the men’s fashion industry in the summer issue of Fairchild Fashion Media’s M magazine.
Chanel, Prada and Louis Vuitton are among the luxury marketers underscoring the connection between the world of art and fashion in W magazine’s dual issue for June and July.
Clive Christian and Roche Bobois are among the high-end home furnishings manufacturers taking advertising pages in luxury shelter magazine Luxe Interiors + Design’s growing New York edition.
Due to the continued success of The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ. magazine, the news outlet is expanding its lifestyle supplement’s reach to include affluent readers in Brazil and Latin America.
Tiffany & Co., Ralph Lauren Home and Lancôme were among the luxury marketers in the May/June issue adding to Veranda’s 6.24 percent year-to-date advertising increase.
Prada-owned Miu Miu, Valentino and Dolce & Gabbana promoted accessories in the June issue of Condé Nast-owned Vogue to emulate the magazine’s “summer style made easy” tagline.
Louis Vuitton, Hermès and Embraer are among the luxury marketers supporting the affluent lifestyle sensibilities of Manhattan-based readers of Sandow’s region-specific, Worth magazine.