Condé Nast-owned Vanity Fair’s July issue saw a mix of luxury and mass advertisements in one of its most notable covers to date.
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Chanel, Valentino and La Perla were among the luxury brands showing what it means to be “summer cool” in the June edition of Vogue magazine.
Prada and Gucci were among the brands getting readers of Vanity Fair’s May edition summer-ready with advertisements promoting fashion-forward sunglasses.
While the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower Show is taking place, retailers in London’s Cadogan Estate will also be attracting attention through the 10th annual Chelsea in Bloom initiative.
Advertisers from fashion to fragrance and personal care looked to outfit readers from head to scent in the May issue of Condé Nast’s Vogue.
Richemont-owned leather goods maker Lancel is previewing its upcoming ecommerce launch with a capsule collection of travel accessories available online.
Swiss jeweler Chopard is displaying how a “happy attitude can change the world” through promotions for its Happy Diamonds collection.
Millennials are well-known for their love of looking at pictures of cats on the Internet, but some luxury brands are beginning to take advantage of this and use the furry friends to market products.
Fashion houses such as Chanel, Gucci and Prada had readers seeing double in the March edition of Condé Nast’s Vogue with repetitive advertisement placing.
The Peninsula Hotels & Resorts is boosting its support of global public art with several new initiatives, including a partnership between its Hong Kong property and the United Kingdom’s Royal Academy of Arts that will launch a few days prior to Art Basel Hong Kong.