Media group Condé Nast’s Vogue magazine is taking a digital-first strategy as it debuts its first edition in the Middle East.
Italian fashion house Versace is telling its recent history through visual storytelling in a soon-to-be published tome.
Department store chain Neiman Marcus boosted its online engagement by revamping its approach to look books, going from a standard grid layout to intuitive, shoppable pages.
Home interiors brand Schumacher has partnered with shelter publication Cabana magazine on a project that marries raw material with editorial content.
Van Cleef & Arpels, Louis Vuitton and Céline gathered in the advertising pages of WSJ. Magazine’s October edition to tout their generational appeal to the lifestyle publication’s audience.
Many of the branding efforts seen in the third quarter of 2016 were forward-thinking but maintained a connection to a brand’s ethos and past.
Media conglomerate Condé Nast International is serving up dishes of lifestyle and fashion at two new Vogue Café locations in Berlin and Porto, Portugal.
Pete Stout, former editor in chief of Porsche Club of America’s print title Porsche Panorama, is developing a new enthusiast publication, and is relying on the magazine’s exclusivity to carry it.
French atelier Christian Dior is celebrating the colors used to create its signature cosmetic looks in a new tome published by Rizzoli.
Hearst-owned men’s lifestyle publication Esquire is taking over a London townhouse to illustrate the convergence point of style and substance.