The New York Times is expanding its coverage of men’s fashion with the launch of a new monthly print section dedicated to male style.
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Le Pan, a new international magazine and Web site, is aiming to redefine coverage of the fine wine industry with an emphasis on modern-day fine living.
Ralph Lauren aimed to usher in spring with multiple advertisements and a branded magalog accompaniment included in the April issue of Condé Nast-owned Vanity Fair.
Patek Philippe and Bulgari were among the “power players” seen in the advertisement section of Condé Nast-owned Architectural Digest’s March issue.
Fashion houses such as Chanel, Gucci and Prada had readers seeing double in the March edition of Condé Nast’s Vogue with repetitive advertisement placing.
Women’s Wear Daily is changing the way it provides news to readers with a weekly print edition, ending its daily physical distributions.
Tiffany & Co., Ralph Lauren and Chanel are among the advertisers lending support to online retailer Net-A-Porter’s spring issue of its branded magazine, Porter.
To reach a discerning male reader, leading menswear brands such as Giorgio Armani and Louis Vuitton promoted their latest collection in the March Men’s Style issue of WSJ. magazine.
Ralph Lauren, Hermès and Zegna were among the luxury brands to rally behind the 2015 Car of the Year in Robb Report’s special March issue.
Louis Vuitton and Bottega Veneta were among the advertising partners in Town & Country’s March issue to reaffirm that they are chic to the effect of being “deceptively simple.”