One of the classic moments from the James Bond films takes place in the first few minutes of 1964's Goldfinger. Having wiggled out of his wet suit, Sean Connery steps into a smoky Latin nightclub where he flicks his cigarette lighter to check the time on his wristwatch.
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.
What is it that makes a fashion item quintessentially manly? Historian and in-house Brand Genius Robert Klara talks us through the styles that will make a man of you.
Creative agency execs are dizzy from the churn of CEOs over the past 12 months with the appointment of eight new chiefs for New York and North America—and more changes on the way.Beyond ongoing searches for a New York president of Arnold and a New York CEO for Havas Worldwide, Adweek has learned of at least four more C-suite positions in varying stages of completion.
Two creative directors from Marcel in Paris, famous for their contributions to the epic anniversary campaign for Cartier last year, are venturing into the U.S.. market.