French jewelry maison Cartier is using its digital magazine to highlight aspects of its heritage and both seasonally-appropriate and new collections in one convenient location.
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Luxury marketers such as Ralph Lauren, Gucci and Dior worked to appeal to younger readers of Hearst lifestyle imprint Town & Country’s August issue.
High-end fashion marketers Chanel and Christian Dior used repetition to promote their latest collections and support the “divine” fashion advertorials in the July issue of Tatler.
Watchmaker Richard Mille and smartphone manufacturer Vertu lent their mechanical designs in support of Robb Report’s “Elite Machines” July issue.
Dorchester Collection and Bovet were among the advertisers that joined together to capture the discerning tastes and sentiments of wealthy readers in the summer issue of Forbes Media’s luxury lifestyle publication ForbesLife.
Weekly financial publication Barron’s is joining the growing list of imprints to publish a glossy supplement geared toward the sensibilities of ultra-affluent consumers with the launch of Penta magazine.
In the wake of its centennial celebration, Condé Nast’s Vanity Fair looked to understand its core audience’s sensibilities and affinities for the imprint through a quantitative study with A.T. Kearney.
Luxury marketers such as Prada and Christian Dior jockeyed for attention in the July issue of Condé Nast’s Vogue that featured actress Lupita Nyong’o on the cover.
High-end interior marketers such as Ralph Lauren Paint and Clive Christian looked to the July issue of Condé Nast shelter publication Architectural Digest to join in on the notion of “sensational summer style.”
Niche Media’s Hamptons magazine is capitalizing on the influx of affluent individuals heading to the east end of New York’s Long Island with its “Summer of Giving” charity campaign.