French fashion house Chanel is reviving interest in its Coco Mademoiselle fragrance with a social video that plays with the brand’s feminine and sophisticated codes.
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In recent months, well-respected fashion journalists working for top publications have been involved in a sort of musical chairs as positions have been left for new opportunities, both personal and professional, but will the shuffling affect how luxury apparel and accessories is covered?
Footwear label Stuart Weitzman has partnered with Harper’s Bazaar editors on a capsule collection available exclusively on ShopBazaar.
Ralph Lauren aimed to get noticed in the April issue of Condé Nast-owned Vanity Fair’s April issue with strong advertising placement and the latest edition of its own branded magalog.
American Express Publishing’s Luxury Summit 2014 “Luxury without Borders” will take place April 6-8 at The Ritz-Carlton, Naples, FL, and will focus on the changing world of luxury and its effect on wealthy individuals.
Italian apparel label Emilio Pucci is building momentum for “The Glamour of Italian Fashion” exhibit at London’s Victoria & Albert Museum by working with Hearst-owned Harper’s Bazaar’s British imprint to release four limited-edition covers.
French jewelry maison Van Cleef & Arpels has combined its social media accounts into the jeweler’s first Flipboard magazine issue for a seamless experience that will promote sharing and educate consumers about the brand’s inner workings.
Condé Nast-owned shelter publication Architectural Digest is bringing the pages of its magazine to life with the first shoppable Architectural Digest Home Design Show held March 20-23 in New York.
Ralph Lauren, Dior and Hugo Boss touted their suit collections in the “Men’s Style” issue of Fairchild Fashion Media’s men’s publication M magazine to represent the shift in menswear styles.
Ralph Lauren, La Prairie and Clive Christian reflected the wide range of offerings available at New York department store Bergdorf Goodman in the retailer’s spring 2014 magalog.