Condé Nast’s British Vogue has unveiled a new facet of its Web site focusing on children’s wear content.
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Gucci and Saint Laurent Paris were among the luxury fashion houses featured in the August issue of Condé Nast’s Vanity Fair.
French leather goods house Hermès is still suffering from criticism about the mistreatment of animals with the activist organization PETA determined to take action from within.
Luxury brands such as Ralph Lauren and Prada were among advertisers gearing up for the fall fashion unveilings in the August issue of Conde Nast’s Vogue magazine.
Over the course of the first half of 2015, marketers strove to prove that print is not dying but undergoing a renaissance that embraces digital while remaining true to tradition.
Luxury Daily’s live news from July 29 – Fortnum & Mason takes consumers on exclusive tour of royal garden; Balenciaga said to be seeking replacement for Alexander Wang amid rumors of departure; Galeries Lafayette welcomes visitors with tour for European Heritage Days; T Magazine introduces new advertising partners in large issue.
The New York Time’s T Magazine is growing to its biggest size in seven years with more advertising pages than the magazine has had since 2008.
Italy’s Prada has announced the theme of its third annual Prada Journal literary competition in partnership with publishing house Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore.
Online retail platforms are increasingly looking to specialize in certain areas and offer unique services to consumers in an attempt to differentiate themselves from competitors in a crowded market.
Brands in the shelter space aimed to transport readers of Architectural Digest to discerning country homes in the publication’s July issue.