With media company Condé Nast putting the weight of its 140 titles behind an ecommerce venture, it has the potential to alter the playing field for fashion and upscale retail.
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Condé Nast is launching an ecommerce business designed to reach global consumers, including its 300 million readers of titles such as Vogue and Vanity Fair.
Alexander McQueen is reasserting the connection between dance and fashion with a new video in collaboration with French ballet dancer Marie-Agnès Gillot for AnOther Magazine.
Accessories dominated the advertising of the top luxury fashion houses in the April issue of Condé Nast-owned Tatler with many of the brands featuring handbags in their campaigns.
U.S. fashion designer Diane von Furstenberg has been selected by Time magazine as one of 2015’s 100 Most Influential People.
Ralph Lauren and Stefano Ricci were among the menswear brands to display collections in the “ultimate home” as profiled by Robb Report magazine in its April issue.
Trends Media Group is reaching out to millennial Chinese women with a newly redesigned Web site housing fashion content from U.S. media.
SANDOW’s Luxe Interiors + Design is celebrating its 10-year anniversary with a new look as the shelter publication ups its frequency from a quarterly to bimonthly.
French fashion house Chanel is engaging consumers with a pop-up video on the mobile-optimized site of Harper’s Bazaar.
British department store Fortnum & Mason is spreading awareness for its new fragrance and beauty space inside its Piccadilly location through a collaboration with Harper’s Bazaar.