French luxury conglomerate Kering is doing its part to promote sustainability by partnering with a new technology company to develop innovative strategies for recycling fabric.
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British smartphone manufacturer Vertu is encouraging consumers to #LiveExtraordinary through the use of services included when its mobile devices are purchased.
Italian fashion label Missoni is looking to brighten consumers’ moods by releasing its fun and quirky spring/summer 2015 campaign video.
Mandarin Oriental Hotel Group is creating its own social channel with user-generated content that encourages guests to share their experiences.
NEW YORK – A Condé Nast executive at the 2015 Mobile: IAB Marketplace said opportunities in mobile lie in stepping up to find alternatives to the inert creative that does not speak to consumers that has been a mainstay of the mobile revolution so far.
Luxury Daily’s live news from March 31 – Galeries Lafayette prioritizes international business with store closings; Dior looks back to fragrance heritage with handcrafted amphoras; Bang & Olufsen automotive looks to grow from acquisition; Mandarin Oriental Tokyo takes consumers to great heights.
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The best thing that Instagram has given us, especially marketers, is a place to unearth talent we never would have come across otherwise.
Department store chain Galeries Lafayette is closing two of its underperforming stores in France in order to focus on its international expansion plan.
French fashion house Dior is bringing its couture aesthetic to its perfumes with a bespoke jar.