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Samsung didn't need an epic Oscars selfie this year. It beat out other TV advertisers in terms of positive social media sentiment, according to research being released today.
In addition to Town & Country's usual luxe lifestyle coverage, readers will find a bonus in the new March issue: A 16-page pull-out guide to Paris, sponsored by quintessentially Parisian fashion house Dior.
In this attractive new Miss Dior spot, Natalie Portman outdoes Julia Roberts' runaway bride by nabbing a helicopter after she ditches her groom at the altar. Portman's escape, soundtracked by Janis Joplin's epic "Piece of My Heart," has the actress running barefoot and shedding her handmade gown. Director Anton Corbijn, known for A Most Wanted Man, tells People magazine that his vision of Miss Dior was a feminist one.
Four out of the 10 best-in-category branded Instagram videos from Jan. 12 through Jan. 18 didn't include sound.
Every winter, the fashion crowd—bloggers, editors, well- heeled customers—descends on a certain American city for a week of seemingly nonstop parties, many hosted by top-tier luxury magazines and sponsored by big-name designers. No, we’re not talking about New York Fashion Week.
After only one day of Instagram work, Chanel is already ahead of a good number of its high-end fashion competitors in terms of audience on the social channel.
GoPro's ability to market itself through its own technology almost isn't fair. But you still have to marvel at how the high-tech camera marketer operates via social channels such as YouTube and Instagram.
Benefit Cosmetics has gotten to the bottom of at least one way to rock an Instagram video—by playfully featuring the derrieres of a cute young lady in a baton twirler's outfit and a nearby muscle-bound dude taking a shower (the latter is nearly NSFW).
Dior’s new ad featuring decade-long spokeswoman Charlize Theron grabs the top spot in this week’s Adweek/VidIQ top 10 branded YouTube chart, showing that celebrity endorsements still go a long way for luxury marketers.