French fashion house Chanel is attracting consumer attention for its fall handbags with an interactive mobile advertisement on New York magazine’s The Cut blog.
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Germany’s Montblanc is looking to draw philanthropists from Departures’ audience to highlight the good deeds of the publication’s readers.
British apparel and accessories maker Burberry is appealing to the fashion hungry readers of Style.com’s mobile-optimized site with an advertisement promoting its autumn/winter 2014 handbags.
French apparel and accessories house Hermès is giving consumers an interactive way to browse its tie selection with a new mobile application that aims to provide a respite from work or commutes.
The Peninsula Hotels is aiming to increase awareness for its properties’ amenities and services with a banner advertisement on The New York Times mobile Web site.
The Ritz-Carlton hotel chain is aiming to inspire travelers browsing the content on Condé Nast Traveler’s mobile Web site to engage with the hotelier and download its application.
Jeweler Tiffany & Co. is grabbing the attention of The New York Times mobile readers with a simple advertisement featuring the signature Tiffany blue behind a single bangle bracelet.
Berkshire Hathaway’s NetJets is hoping to pique the interest of readers using The New York Times’ mobile-optimized Web site with an advertisement that begs to plan a getaway.
Japanese skincare brand SK-II is aiming to increase awareness for its line of beauty products through a mobile banner advertisement on New York magazine’s fashion blog The Cut.
Italian leather goods company Tod’s is targeting culturally-minded affluent readers of Condé Nast’s W magazine with a banner advertisement on the publication’s mobile Web site.