When Connie Anne Phillips returned to Condé Nast to serve as Glamour’s publisher and chief revenue officer, it was a homecoming of sorts. After a 14-year career at Vogue, Phillips […]
The fashion forward are not limited to the runways of Paris, Milan and New York. Welcome to Fashion Week—in Hoboken. As in New Jersey. Also, Seattle, Tampa, Phoenix, Austin, Brooklyn and Omaha.
Thousands will pour into Sin City this week for the annual Consumer Electronics Show, a destination where even the the most seasoned conference goer can become overwhelmed with the sheer […]
The great Instagram purge of the past 24 hours hit Justin Bieber hardest—3.5 million lost followers—but some of social media's biggest brands felt the sting of loss, too.
While scores of marketers practically bear-hugged Facebook and Twitter when they first launched, seeing these social platforms as an opportunity to reach the masses, luxury brands stayed mostly out of sight, preferring to remain niche and elite. But as social becomes a key component in marketing, some luxury brands are beginning to play catch up.
If you ever go to the Great Wall of China and enjoy either rollercoasters or bobsledding, the Sacramento Kings' Ryan Hollins has a pro travel tip: take the luge down the mount
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When it comes to brands as publishers on YouTube, it's typically Red Bull or GoPro's world. But not last week.
David Bowie is usually up for anything. And the 66-year-old rocker's latest little detour involves serenading 25-year-old model Arizona Muse at a lavish Venetian masked ball in this Louis Vuitton commercial.