Condé Nast-owned Vogue Paris is calling on fashion enthusiasts to partake in the first edition of the Vogue Fashion Festival in Paris Nov. 4-5.
Christian Dior, Hermès and Prada were among the brands to showcase women’s fall fashions side-by-side It-girls of the 21st century in Town & Country’s September issue.
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Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel is the subject of a new biography that tells the late designer’s life story through colorful illustrations.
Lifestyle publication Robb Report is delving into readers’ passion points with the introduction of an online broadcast series presented in real time.
Chanel, Prada and Saint Laurent Paris are speaking directly to 2.6 million female readers as they advertise for fall/winter 2016 in the September Women’s Fashion edition of WSJ. Magazine.
Simon Malls and Condé Nast’s W magazine are teaming up to scout new modeling talent at shopping centers across the United States.
Hearst-owned publication Harper’s Bazaar is assisting French fashion house Louis Vuitton in spreading awareness for its long awaited return to the fragrance category.
Precision-cut crystal maker Swarovski has teamed with publishing house Condé Nast to relaunch Salt, a glossy print title.
Media conglomerate Condé Nast’s print and digital sales have been propelled by its luxury tiles such as Tatler and Vogue during the first half of 2016.