Chanel and Christian Dior are showcasing their brands with six advertising pages in the front of Condé Nast-owned Tatler magazine’s May edition.
Equestrian Quarterly magazine targets the top percentile of Americans who embrace equestrian style and have discretionary income.
Cartier, Rolex, David Yurman and other luxury advertisers are aiming at the affluent female readers of Architectural Digest.
Advertisers such as Chanel, Ralph Lauren, Porsche, Cartier and Hermès are tapping the lifestyle setting in the spring 2013 issue of Bloomberg Pursuits under new editor Ted Moncreiff.
The diverse set of advertisers in Robb Report’s April tablet edition suggests that luxury brands across all categories are looking to up mobile engagement with their target audience.
Chanel, Gucci and other luxury advertisers are pushing their fragrances with famous faces in the May issue of Condé Nast’s Vanity Fair.
The 2013 Ultimate Home issue of Robb Report boasts many luxury watch advertisements as well as a special promotional section for private jet brands called “Flying Privately.”
Advertisers such as Hermès, Cartier and Rolex are standing out among the world travel-dominated pages of Travel + Leisure’s April food issue.
Gucci, Giorgio Armani, Calvin Klein and Versace placed advertisements for both men’s and women’s products in the April issue of Condé Nast’s Vanity Fair.
Ralph Lauren is dominating the very first pages of this spring’s fashion magazines and experts agree that this advertising buy can connote a dominant status.