Fashion brand Maison Martin Margiela has unveiled a Web site dedicated entirely to its jewelry collections for men and women.
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Swiss watchmaker Hublot is appealing to cigar connoisseurs with the latest timepiece in its Fusion collection.
MIAMI – Technology and art are natural partners of luxury brands, but these partnerships are most effective when the parties stay true to themselves, said an executive from Kering at the New York Times International Luxury Conference Dec. 2.
French jewelry house Van Cleef & Arpels is celebrating the holiday season with a winter-themed microsite that encourages consumer participation.
Italian apparel and accessories label Gucci is aiming for holiday purchases with multiple banner advertisements for its jewelry on the mobile-optimized Web site of New York magazine’s The Cut.
Luxury fashion houses and designers are raising money for Operation Bobbi Bear through the auction of one-off teddy bears.
Colored-gemstone maker Gemfields is showing its support for World Aids Day with the launch of a limited-edition bracelet.
As the holidays draw nigh, brands are looking to stand out as gift-buying destinations, but what efforts can effectively attract consumers?
Germany’s Montblanc is pushing its ideology of “Made by hand. Given from the heart” this holiday season with a winter wonderland-themed narrative unveiled week-by-week.
Luxury advertisers such as Christian Dior and Dom Pérignon aimed for visibility in November’s W magazine by placing advertisements in the primary edition as well as its gift guide supplement.