As fashion houses make the transition from one creative director to another, the opportunity at a fresh start presents itself in both design and social media presence.
French fashion label Longchamp is highlighting its fall apparel and accessories through an eccentric anthropological study.
French atelier Christian Dior is transporting even its smallest enthusiasts to a place of luxury and refinement.
Italian fashion label Etro is examining the many facets and connections that exist within the art world by creating a dialogue between creatives.
Italian fashion label Tod’s is positioning itself as an expert authority on its home country with the release of a guidebook.
French leather goods house Hermès is celebrating the art of exploration and urban meandering with an exhibit at Saatchi Gallery in London.
Following the example of named handbag collections, beauty marketers have begun to look inward when naming cosmetics to script narratives that are reflective of their brands and can be applied to a consumer’s own life.
Department store Bergdorf Goodman is helping its consumers plan for their trips to warmer locales with its resort magalog.
French couture house Christian Dior is highlighting its golden gift selection with a social video that takes consumers inside an imagined automatous factory.
The Financial Times’ lifestyle supplement “How To Spend It” is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its launch with a fundraising issue Nov. 29.