Ralph Lauren, Dior and Gucci were among the luxury apparel brands to join Tatler’s “fashion bonanza,” part of the publication’s September issue.
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Women’s fashion media brand Elle magazine is the first publication to introduce partnerships with beacon and geo-fencing technology, allowing readers to shop its editions.
While publishers are increasing their presence on Instagram, many continue to hold off, missing out on a huge opportunity to drive connections with consumers, as publishers on the platform increased their engagement rate by 133 percent, according to a report from Sharablee.
Luxury lifestyle publication Robb Report is taking its wealth of knowledge to the skies with a travel experience in partnership with private jet tour company TCS World Travel.
Condé Nast’s British Vogue is opening its doors to viewers with a new documentary series produced in collaboration with the British Broadcasting Corporation.
The New York Times is expanding its travel program Times Journeys to include new trips and itineraries on all seven continents and 37 countries around the world.
Condé Nast’s British Vogue is working to end gender inequality in the fashion industry with its latest video collaboration with actress Emma Watson.
Bally and Lanvin were among the women’s fashion labels to take part in WSJ. magazine’s September “Women’s Fashion” issue, the publication’s largest book to date.
Karl Lagerfeld, creative director of both Chanel and Fendi, is the star of a new picture book for adults that plays off the classic “Where’s Waldo?” series.
With major brands including Target tapping scannable print ads to target on-the-go mobile users, marketers can expect a continued decline of QR codes as consumers demand streamlined, no-download-necessary engagement methods.