Top Women’s Fashion Fall/Winter Campaigns 2015 Luxury Brand Ambassadors

Fashion PR for luxury brands is always closely linked to the influence of their luxury brand Ambassador. How influential a model is today will also influence what consumers will buy. Generally, top luxury brands have big budgets to afford hiring models who are at the top of their game. One key factor for fashion fall/winter…

Fashion PR aLine Media Collaboration With StyleSaint

aLine media public relations announced its collaboration with StyleSaint, a new fashion media and e-commerce company and the go-to resource for all things style. StyleSaint is single-handedly changing the way fashion is discovered, delivered, and consumed by empowering a global audience of fashion lovers, such as bloggers, stylists, designers, and fashionistas, to gather and share…

Luxury Brand PR In The Fashion Show Front Row

Luxury brands have long used celebrity PR to encourage consumers to lust after their brands. For fashion PR the business of who is sitting front row is what draws media attention. Stars score big pay days to sit front row with perks of freebie clothes and accessories. The celebrity and the luxury brand both partner…

SadeeSays.com Showcases Up and Coming Designers

Popular jewelry and accessories website, SadeeSays.com, today announces they are teaming up with luxury lifestyle and fashion boutique PR firm, Cece Feinberg Public Relations to handle all of their public relations needs and forthcoming campaigns. SadeeSays.com showcases the talent of many up and coming designers who share owner and curator Sharon Silfen’s luxe-hippie aesthetic. Cece…

‘Captivated’ – Mercedes-Benz Fashion Campaign

“Captivated” – Craig McDean and David James portray the new Mercedes-Benz CLS with Karolina Kurkova Mercedes-Benz is actively involved in fashion events in 30 countries on every continent. In addition to establish fashion weeks in Berlin, New York (up-coming from February 10th to 17th, 2011), London, Milan, Paris, the German luxury brand is also present…

The Haute Couture As Experimental Field

The Haute Couture has continued to shrunk. But, Maisons’ like Dior and Chanel proceeds their work in the ateliers under the roof, because, the Haute Couture as experimental field for marketing-tools is unpayable. New designers are coming through and new markets were accessible. Sidney Toledano, Dior’s chief executive – “This is not a question of…