Hearst Magazines’ Town & Country took a different angle to prepare for the holiday season by dedicating its December issue to philanthropy to appeal to its core demographic which has increased its charitable tendencies in the past few years.
Swiss watchmaker Breitling is honoring World War II veterans with a limited-edition watch collection that contributes a percentage of proceeds to the Honor Flight Network.
Swiss jeweler Chopard is working together with the Happy Hearts Fund to help rebuild schools and aid children that have been affected by natural disasters with an exclusive bracelet designed specifically for the cause.
Italy’s Gucci is teaming up with Twitter to continue the charitable efforts of its Chime for Change organization Dec. 5-7 with a hackathon called “Chime Hack” to create mobile applications to assist women and girls in need.
U.S. fashion brand Ralph Lauren is showing its commitment to restoring historic Paris arts school École des Beaux-Arts by staging its first runway show Oct. 8 outside the United States at the venue.
French fashion label Christian Dior is holding its Dior Auction Oct. 1-10 where exclusive items and experiences will be auctioned off to raise funds for cancer organization Look Good Feel Better that helps women cope with the physical and emotional toll taken by cancer.
Italian linens brand Frette is looking to increase its philanthropic contributions through a partnership with Dancers Responding to AIDS, a Broadway Cares program.
Italian fashion house Gucci is promoting the efforts of its charity organization Chime for Change through an advertisements on the mobile site of New York magazine’s The Cut.
American electric-automaker Tesla Motors is participating at nonprofit organization Safety Harbor Kids’s 7th annual charity polo match where donors will raise education funds for parentless and homeless children.
Swiss watchmaker Patek Philippe is redesigning a classic timepiece from its Grand Complications collection to be auctioned off to help research a cure for Muscular Dystrophy.