Joining Dior ambassadress and Hollywood superstar Charlize Theron in WSJ. Magazine’s April edition were watchmaker Breguet, Italian fashion labels Tod’s and Bottega Veneta and French apparel brand Hermès.
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Condé Nast International is narrowing its lens for the second annual Luxury Conference, concentrating 2016’s event on South Korea and its neighbors, China and Japan.
VERSAILLES, France – Now in its 15th year, the International New York Times’ annual Luxury Conference, dubbed “Luxury Beyond Product” for 2015-2016, aimed to address the critical challenges and unexpected opportunities brands in the luxury sector are facing as they jockey for consumer sentiment and market share.
Weekly newspaper The Economist has launched a new lifestyle supplement positioned toward a global readership ripe with an intense curiosity for the world around them.
Italian footwear label Salvatore Ferragamo is using pieces from the spring/summer 2016 collection to explore how it is positioned at the intersection of fashion and art.
Couture house Elie Saab is showcasing a more rebellious side of its brand by pitting model best friends against each other.
Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer is crafting a legend with the help of the New York Times’ virtual reality mobile application.
While the luxury industry still has plenty of room for forward-thinking and innovative growth, marketers continue to create interesting and resourceful ways to entice consumer sentiment.
Harper’s Bazaar is showing that age is nothing but a number in a search for the most stylish women.
Instead of giving Kendall Jenner a spot on its coveted cover, Vogue magazine dedicated an entire issue to the reality television star-turned-model.