With help from some larger-than-life personalities, fashion houses such as Gucci, Prada and Dior were among the brands to position the season’s standout styles in the July issue of Condé Nast’s Vogue.
Prada and Gucci were among the brands getting readers of Vanity Fair’s May edition summer-ready with advertisements promoting fashion-forward sunglasses.
Luxury brands scaled back their advertisements in the January issue of Vanity Fair to account for shopping fatigue.
Department store Bergdorf Goodman got consumers ready to replenish their cold weather wardrobes with the fall collections issue of its magalog.
Ralph Lauren, La Prairie and Clive Christian reflected the wide range of offerings available at New York department store Bergdorf Goodman in the retailer’s spring 2014 magalog.
Hearst Magazines’ Town & Country took a different angle to prepare for the holiday season by dedicating its December issue to philanthropy to appeal to its core demographic which has increased its charitable tendencies in the past few years.
Luxury marketers Dior, Armani and Gucci featured multiple advertisements in the October issue of Condé Nast’s W magazine to keep products top-of-mind among affluent consumers.
French label Chanel is commanding attention with a six-page, futuristic apparel advertising campaign in the August issue of Vanity Fair.
Cartier, Louis Vuitton and Richard Mille lead a long line of jewelry and timepiece advertisers that complement the “Leaders in Luxury” theme in the 137-page July issue of Robb Report.
Retail chain Saks Fifth Avenue is luring consumers to its New York department store’s 10022-Shoe salon to visit the new Christian Louboutin boutique, which is the brand’s first shop-in-shop in the United States.