Publishing conglomerate Condé Nast is Luxury Daily’s 2014 Luxury Publisher of the Year for its move toward industry transparency and its evolution beyond traditional print in the luxury publishing sector.
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Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Prada were among the luxury advertisers to align with the December/January theme of art and fashion in Condé Nast-owned W magazine.
Chanel, Porsche and Blancpain were among the luxury advertisers supporting the primary pillars of Robb Report in the imprint’s December holiday edition.
British ecommerce retailer Net-A-Porter is looking to increase circulation for its print publication Porter for the new year through a holiday email blast.
Luxury advertisers such as Gucci and Jimmy Choo promoted high-priced, as well as entry-level, products in Condé Nast’s December Vogue to spur gifting ideas.
After months of negotiations, luxury lifestyle magazine Robb Report has been sold to a private equity firm for an undisclosed sum.
De Beers, Tiffany & Co. and Chanel were among the advertisers to push high-jewelry in the December issue of Tatler as readers looked to wow loved ones for the holidays.
Ralph Lauren, Chanel and Hermès were among the advertisers to promote timeless gifting ideas in the Holiday issue of WSJ. magazine.
Condé Nast’s British Vogue had a record 1,889 advertising pages in 2014, up 17 pages from the previous year.
Fendi and Giorgio Armani looked to Niche Media’s special-edition imprint for Art Basel Dec. 4-7 to promote their residential properties during a time frame when numerous wealthy individuals flock to Miami Beach for the annual art festival.