British department store Harrods is tickled pink as it celebrates the 10th anniversary of its branded magazine.
French fashion house Louis Vuitton is skating into streetwear through a collaboration with New York-based label Supreme.
Discounting is on the rise in the luxury sector, as retailers strive to make up for slowed spending by cutting prices.
LVMH-owned apparel label Thomas Pink is establishing a branded community around rugby, engaging with consumers over a shared love of the sport.
British department store chain Selfridges is urging consumers to press pause this holiday season to reconnect with themselves and loved ones.
Hearst-owned men’s lifestyle publication Esquire is taking over a London townhouse to illustrate the convergence point of style and substance.
Paris is looking to increase its tourism numbers with a promotional film that tours the multifaceted city through the eyes of locals and visitors.
Too many to-the-trade designer brands have not invested in consumer-focused branding, and so have become increasingly commoditized as better-marketed brands capture market share. This is in spite of the fact that the to-the-trade brands offer better quality, superior style, longer life and performance.
British apparel and accessories label Belstaff is supporting Triumph Motorcycles at it tries to be the fastest on two wheels.
Italian jeweler Bulgari is showing its attention and support of Save the Children through a single symbolic gesture.