Italian atelier Valentino’s founder, Valentino Garavani, is inviting fashion and gastronomy enthusiasts into his five homes to taste his favorite recipes.
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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.
Luxury advertisers such as Tom Ford, Giorgio Armani and Versace took a sensory approach to promoting its wares in the November issue of Vanity Fair.
Starwood Hotels and Resorts’ Luxury Collection is highlighting culinary secrets from around the world in a book of recipes with luxury publisher Assouline.
Condé Nast-owned Vanity Fair is planning to increase its print circulation in Mexico starting April 2015.
French Champagne maker Krug has tapped its most well-known advocates for a new coffee table book that celebrates the experience surrounding the brand’s spirit.
Luxury advertisers such as Gucci and Chanel targeted aspirational readers’ attention by promoting entry-level product ranges in the November issue of Condé Nast’s Vogue.
CurtCo Media’s Robb Report recently redesigned its Collection supplement magazine to reflect the rising interest in collecting art, antiques and automobiles among affluent individuals.
Real estate brokerage firm Douglas Elliman is suffusing its biannual magazine Elliman with more lifestyle content to appeal to its increasingly global audience.
Condé Nast’s W magazine is giving its past fashion coverage a new lease on life with a book focusing on ten of its most memorable stories.