Condé Nast Traveler is extending its reach beyond print to ensure that its readers have well-executed vacations through its inaugural Condé Nast Traveler Institute.
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Department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue is heightening its sense of community through a new content hub that streamlines social media interactions with consumers.
Louis Vuitton and Hermès are among the luxury fashion houses “always in style” that grace the pages of Architectural Digest’s September edition.
Fashion and jewelry marketers turned to Condé Nast women’s magazine Vogue’s September issue to run long-form campaigns.
Dior, Gucci and Armani were among the fashion brands showcasing their ties to Hollywood in Hearst-owned lifestyle publication Town & Country’s September issue.
Lifestyle magazine Condé Nast Traveler is giving the “passion points” that influence travel prime real estate on its newly redesigned Web site, recognizing that these interests are intertwined with the journeys themselves.
Forty-six percent of the advertisers in The Wall Street Journal’s WSJ. magazine’s September issue were new to the publication, contributing to the imprint’s largest page count in its six year history.
Apparel marketers turned to Condé Nast Tatler’s September issue to draw attention to their latest collections in an issue that promises “fashion that won’t make you look like a twit.”
Louis Vuitton, Armani and Gucci were some of the fashion marketers that looked to Condé Nast-owned Vanity Fair’s September issue to reach consumers within the style-themed content.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is unveiling its “Art of Fashion” fall 2014 campaign digitally to increase exposure for the annual lookbook’s imagery.