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The intersection of technology and fashion, as evidenced by sustainable and eco-friendly materials and the booming markets of e-commerce and online shopping in the fashion design and luggage industries, illustrate how technological advances are now working at the forefront of what’s new and what’s hot.
Brands that fail to adopt and apply video marketing to their strategies with the media and consumers are losing market share. Gone are the days of a product shot with a white background. Welcome to the age of video storytelling.
The concept of fashion PR campaigns mingling with must-see tourist destinations has surged in recent years.
Lippe Taylor is handling press outreach for Revlon's LOVE IS ON Million Dollar Change philanthropic push to benefit three leading health issues (cancer, heart disease, diabetes) facing today's woman.
A splashy "Simply American" campaign from Revlon's Almay cosmetics line has come under fire from ad watchdog Truth in Advertising, which says the push is deceptive about its products' origins.
Several years ago, you could count the number of successful, stylish humanitarian fashion labels on one hand. Now there are dozens, and the concept of placing a human rights campaign at the center of a brand message has gone mainstream.
Depending on the company’s objective, a PR team may need to drive traffic and support conversions online, leverage media placements to support retail distribution, and drive consumers to brick-and-mortar locations.