The Financial Times’ luxury lifestyle magazine How To Spend It released its 20th anniversary fundraising issue in November and has seen all the items auctioned off for charity.
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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.
The quick success of mobile messaging application Yo with brands such as the NBA, Showtime and Sony Pictures is a surprise that highlights how a simple approach sometimes works best on mobile.
Hearst-owned publication Harper’s Bazaar is searching for five female readers, of various ages, who personify chic style, inspired beauty and a passion for life for its annual “Fabulous at Every Age” initiative.
Lebanese couture fashion house Elie Saab is encouraging conversation on its digital magazine, “The Light of Now.”
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.