U.S. jeweler David Yurman is brightening up its holiday advertising with its first campaign shot in color.
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Italian fashion label Moschino is again eschewing traditional fragrance bottles with the release of its Fresh Eau de Toilette modeled after household cleaning sprays.
French conglomerate Kering is furthering its environmental efforts by co-producing a feature-length documentary about climate change.
Italian fashion label Dolce & Gabbana is paying tribute to mothers with a multichannel marketing push for its winter 2016 collection.
Luxury marketers in the third quarter focused on using digital channels to deliver both functional and inspirational content to consumers.
The menswear market is expected to top $450 million by the end of this year, according to a new study prepared by men’s lifestyle magazine Details.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus is spurring consumers’ holiday planning with the release of its 2015 Christmas Book filled with fantasy gifts, exclusive merchandise and seasonal items.
Traveling is an increasingly popular way for people to give back, and hotel brands must stay on top of the trend to maintain their status as the best in the business.
With time and technology changing the way consumers interact with brands, marketers need to stay on the cutting-edge to maximize reach.
Individuals are increasingly reaching levels of ultra-high net worth at a younger age, a development with notable impact on the real estate market, according to a new report from Coldwell Banker.