Italian fashion house Giorgio Armani is pushing brand lifestyle and its eyewear in the latest installment of its “Frames of Life” campaign that brings together the stories of five young characters.
Hermès and Ralph Lauren tweaked the focus of their spring campaigns to be appealing to readers of Architectural Digest’s April issue, while jewelers and high-end home advertisers stuck with ongoing campaigns.
The Wall Street Journal is tailoring its U.S. weekend edition to high-net-worth readers with a new quarterly personal wealth management magazine that contains global coverage.
Ermenegildo Zegna, Hugo Boss, Christian Dior, Canali, Louis Vuitton and other advertisers took out pages in the second issue of Fairchild Fashion Media’s male-targeted M magazine with actor Tobey Maguire on the cover.
Luxury retailers Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Saks Fifth Avenue are pushing their spring merchandise in multiple-page advertisements in the March issue of Condé Nast’s Vogue.
Chanel, Christian Dior, Michael Kors, Valentino, Louis Vuitton, Salvatore Ferragamo, Saks Fifth Avenue, Tod’s, Hermès and other luxury advertisers are demanding attention from trend-seeking readers in the oversized pages of W’s March fashion issue.
Hermès, Estée Lauder and other luxury apparel and beauty advertisers are looking to target affluent women in the March issue of Hearst’s Town & Country.
Fendi, Chanel and other luxury advertisers are staying top of mind among their target audience with multi-page advertisements in the March issue of Condé Nast’s Tatler magazine.
Cartier, Giorgio Armani, Bulgari, Longines and Breguet are some of the luxury advertisers that took out key placements in the February issue of WSJ. Magazine.
Cartier, Breguet, Porsche, Bentley Motors and Louis Vuitton are among the luxury advertisers in the January/February issue of American Express Publishing’s Departures magazine that marks a 14.4 percent increase in ad revenue compared to the year-ago period.