As part of this initiative, the brand has teamed up with five other English fashion labels—Globe-Trotter, Gloverall, Lock & Co., Johnstons of Elgin and Pantherella—that epitomize the British cultural tradition and goodwill values.
The Harvey Nichols upmarket department store chain has launched a tongue-in-cheek campaign to inspire its consumers to spend less Christmas gifts for others.
Adidas celebrates the launch of its World Cup Brazil ball, brazuca, with a nice promotion “Eu sou brazuca” (“I am brazuca”) that reaches… new-borns.
Unlike the Art of Packing video series, the new effort is designed not to teach consumers some real practical skills, but just to showcase an adorable selection of new luxury goods, from iPhone cases and scarves to bags and ties.
Starbucks is gearing up for Christmas with a bunch of seasonal products and gifts, celebrating the holiday and contributing to a good cause at the same time.
The Japanese cosmetics company Shiseido, which turned 140 last year, is taking the old Shinto tradition of writing wishes on wooden plaques to the western world in the new promotion.
Lufthansa is celebrating adventurous spirit with a new campaign, #Inspiredby, that is launching today, November 25.
Coca-Cola Zero wants to help people feel less awkward in their traditional, still usually ridiculous Christmas sweaters.