Luxx goes online with The Times

LONDON - Times Media has launched an electronic version of its new upmarket luxury magazine, Luxx.

Luxx e-zine went live today on the Times Online webiste as an enhanced version of the quarterly print magazine.

The magazine, which launched last weekend, featured a profile of jewellery designer Paloma Picasso with advertising from Jimmy Choo, Prada and Chanel.

The e-zine features the same content but features Range Rover as exclusive advertiser. The car company took out three single pages, a double page spread and an advertising feature online as well as a bespoke movie.

Luxx online is also hosting a Range Rover competition to win a luxury holiday valued ay £12,000.

The E-zine can be accessed by visiting www.timesonline.co.uk/tol/life_and_style/specials/the_times_luxx.

 

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