The International Polo Club in Wellington, FL, has found its matches gain popularity among wealthy consumers from around the world who embrace the lifestyle of the sport.
Kering, owner of Gucci and other luxury fashion houses, is looking to propel itself and its brands through a digital storytelling campaign.
Giorgio Armani, Ermenegildo Zegna, Tod’s and Louis Vuitton are just some of the advertisers in Fairchild Fashion Media’s new M magazine that is geared towards an affluent male audience.
Private aviation company XOJet is targeting affluent consumers watching the US Open Tennis Tournament for its first television commercial.
Marketers including Barneys New York, ClearJet, Four Seasons and Lugano Diamonds are illuminating their products through interactive advertisements in the September Robb Report iPad edition.
There is still a huge opportunity for luxury marketers to leverage their products and personalities through celebrity endorsements since ambassadors bring to life the values, image and emotions of a high-end label.
German automaker Mercedes-Benz is strengthening its tennis sponsorships through a new television, social media, event and print campaign starring 2012 Wimbledon Champion Roger Federer and the 2013 GL-Class.
U.S. lifestyle brand Ralph Lauren is strengthening its Olympics affiliation through a social video series that features Team USA athletes speaking about determination, drive and focus during the Games.
In a move to flaunt its partnership with Team USA in the 2012 London Olympics, Ralph Lauren bought out a solo sponsorship of The New York Times iPad application for the second time with content, shoppable items and player biographies.
Giorgio Armani is selling the lifestyle of its Emporio Armani brand through Android and Apple applications that give consumers tips on how to shop, dine and play in European cities.