Brands such as Chanel and Donna Karan looked to Vanity Fair’s December issue to propel interest in their fragrance ranges using traditional and sensory tactics.
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Due to the successful growth of its educational offerings, Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design is expanding upon the classes available.
Chanel and Armani Casa are among the luxury brands taking part in Veranda’s “season of style” in the publication’s November/December issue to increase product awareness before the holidays.
Germany’s Montblanc is pushing its ideology of “Made by hand. Given from the heart” this holiday season with a winter wonderland-themed narrative unveiled week-by-week.
Luxury advertisers such as Christian Dior and Dom Pérignon aimed for visibility in November’s W magazine by placing advertisements in the primary edition as well as its gift guide supplement.
SANDOW’s Luxe Interiors + Design is marking its tenth anniversary with the announcement that the publication will become a bimonthly beginning fall 2015.
Publishing conglomerate Condé Nast and media investment firm GroupM have come to an agreement regarding how mobile advertisements will be viewed across the publisher’s channels.
Condé Nast lifestyle publication Tatler is giving a television audience a behind-the-scenes look at its inner operations with a three-part television documentary.
The Financial Times’ lifestyle supplement “How To Spend It” is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its launch with a fundraising issue Nov. 29.
Giorgio Armani and Fendi’s home furnishing lines inspired readers of Architectural Digest’s November issue to update their interior decorating before holiday guests arrive.