Italian department store chain la Rinascente is putting a lens on Milanese street style for its fall/winter 2016 campaign.
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 house Valentino is further entwining itself with its hometown of Rome through a performance installation at Art Basel Miami.
Italian fashion label Tod’s is positioning itself as an expert authority on its home country with the release of a guidebook.
Italian fashion label Dolce & Gabbana is paying tribute to mothers with a multichannel marketing push for its winter 2016 collection.
Burberry is empowering consumers in its latest celebration of cashmere scarves with its new scarf bar.
Swiss apparel and accessories brand Bally is taking a nostalgic trip to the 1960s with its autumn/winter 2015 campaign that takes place on a vintage-inspired film set.