And after less than a year, this power trio has built an A-list roster including Hudson Yards’ major residential project, the Woolworth Tower Residences, Jean Nouvel’s 53 W 53 and Annabelle Selldorf’s 21 E.
12th pile, along with design driven clients like Club Monaco and Peuterey.
Martha Stewart, Drew Barrymore and Lionel Richie remain Magrino BFFs for their own brands and businesses.
To boot, Magrino revenue rose 12 percent; head count’s nearing 50.
CEO Jeremy Fielding continues to energize the base; the firm’s bread and butter bankruptcy and crisis practices keep swelling, with overall growth of more than 20 percent for 2016.
Good news/bad news year for Edelman, still the world’s largest independent agency.
Momentum, ambition and the guts to back it up make HL Group our agency of the year.
A longtime giant in fashion and luxury PR, HL has transcended those roots to become a generalist firm on steroids—a force in corporate, tech, lifestyle, crisis and even brand strategy.
It’s not all about celebs: the Brands division sprinkles stardust on clients like Pepsi, Activision and Samsung, who seriously needs it.
Tavani’s now eyeing a London office to keep up; we predict M18’s own real estate will keep growing this year.
When the partners behind this new firm left their old agencies, clients fled with them.
For every celeb brand like Drake’s October’s Very Own and Gwyneth’s Goop, there’s an investment group, litigation client, sports organization, media brand or charity event getting Hiltzik’s guidance.
Longtime clients like Katie Couric and the higher-ups at MGM also have him on speed dial.