As Easter approaches, Italian fashion labels Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli aim to be a part of consumers’ Easter celebrations with their food and beverage lines.
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U.S. apparel label Oscar de la Renta has collaborated with the New York Botanical Garden on a collection of tableware and gift items.
Toyota Corp.’s Lexus is reframing the “bold” dimension seen in the Design Disrupted campaign as an alter ego with its new multichannel effort for the F performance lineup.
Social campaigns seen during the first quarter of 2014 worked to familiarize consumers with particular aspects of a brand’s identity and values.
Giorgio Armani’s collection Emporio Armani is showing the Italian label’s first Swiss-made watch line at Baselworld in a vault-inspired installation.
SAN FRANCISCO – Big Data tends to be regarded as a treasure chest crammed with latent sales, which can lure brands away from the benefits of traditional storytelling, according to panelists at a session March 26 at ad:tech San Francisco 2014.
A number of British brands are gearing up for Mother’s Day with promotions and gift guides to reach consumers in their home country.
Department store chain Saks Fifth Avenue is collaborating with fashion stylist Erin Walsh on a campaign for its contemporary lines that will run through March until May.
Italian atelier Fendi is adding art appeal to its Munich store opening with a Baguette designed by Japanese painter Hiroshi Senju.
Audi of America is unleashing the next wave of advertising efforts for its entry-level, sub-$30,000 A3 model that hits the United States April 3.