Media influences beware. The Advertising Standards Authority's warning it is cracking down on bloggers who break publicity rules continues. This time it has "named and shamed" reality TV star Charlotte Crosby.
The Mail on Sunday is among the most popular newspapers in the UK and it has a new You Magazine editor. Jackie Annesley succeeds Jo Elvin at the magazine that’s a key channel to reach fashion and beauty consumers.
Juicy Couture UK and Europe launched its latest collection and marketinng Friday with the SS22 product offer “celebrated in a seductive campaign informed by classic animé, subversive fairytales and star-crossed lovers”.
Irish athleisure brand Gym+Coffee has announced a partnership with the UK’s biggest mass participation sports events organiser, The Great Run Company. It will be the activewear partner of its Great Run Series.
Amazon on Tuesday gained unconditional EU antitrust approval for its proposed $8.5 billion acquisition of U.S. movie studio MGM, a move that will help it better compete with streaming rivals Netflix and Disney+.
Cotton Traders is continuing to chase a younger audience with another new major national advertising campaign -- ‘The Style of Your Life’ -- launching this spring. It will feature statement clothing styled five ways.
UK fashion and lifestyle retailer Matalan has appointed a new media and planning agency to handle its £20 million publicity machine. Havas Media Group is to head its media buying and planning capabilities from April.
Celebrating its ten-year anniversary with a partnership with Irina Shayk, the brand is furthering its plans for an April launch in China while it pursues a robust distribution strategy in Europe and the US.
Luxottica is pulling out all the stops to promote its latest DG Eyewear collection under its deal with Dolce & Gabbana. It has enlisted Jennifer Lopez and Brit model David Gandy to front the high-profile imagery.