Beauty brands are starting to focus more specifically on products for people of color.
L'Oréal's acquisition of ModiFace gives the beauty giant the tools needed to get closer to its mission of being the biggest beauty technology company.
At Tatcha, Vicky Tsai is committed to having personal connections with customers and working with Rooms to Read, a nonprofit focused on girls' education and literacy.
With its Counteract Coalition, Beautycounter is striving to implement safer regulations in the beauty industry.
Beauty and wellness are the latest amenities luxury developers are tapping into to differentiate themselves in a competitive real estate market.
With the brand's first investment, Huda Kattan is building her namesake brand into a big industry player.
Fenty Beauty's philosophy of championing diversity has resonated across its social media platforms.
Hennington has shaped the mass market retailer's beauty category with a focus on diversity, technology and passionate sales associates.
Transparency, digital savviness and curated offerings are helping these retailers lead the pack.
Despite tumultuous times for Coty, Edgar Huber has been able to drive positive growth for the luxury division.
The Estée Lauder and Coty executives are being honored for growing their respective brands.
The eyes are a focal point for skin-care brands next spring, with a slew of launches set to hit the market.
The limited-edition Slim d'Hermès represents the French house's third-ever timepiece partnership in its 181-year history.
At its first investors' day in three years, the brand said losses will continue to shrink between now and 2023.
The designer unveiled an interactive gallery space next to her Meatpacking boutique during her annual holiday party.
With income about a third of what it was last year, the company revised its fourth-quarter outlook.
During its most important selling period, prestige fragrances are experiencing an increase in sales for the holiday season. In a report released by the NPD Group, sales for prestige fragrances increased 8 percent year-to-date through October. This year, fragrances have generated $2.7 billion in sales, growing at a faster rate than the previous year. The report indicates the fragrance market is the second-fastest-growing category after skin care and ahead of makeup, which is the largest category. “After several years of soft holiday performance, fragrance made a comeback in December 2017, proving to be a giftable category for the holidays,” said Larissa Jensen, executive director and beauty industry analyst for the NPD Group. “We continued to see this turnaround during other key periods in 2018, including Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, and anticipate its streak to continue to Christmas.” For this year’s top-earning holidays, fragrance sales for Valentine’s Day were $92.8 million, a 12 percent year-over-year increase; sales for Mother’s Day were $122.8 million, a 9 percent year-over-year increase, and sales for Father’s Day were $94.3 million, an 11 percent year-over-year increase. The report also states that, in the last four weeks, the top-selling women’s fragrance is Chanel Coco Mademoiselle and the top-sellingRead More...
May won, but not by much, and will have a hard time pushing future legislation through.
The Instagram-friendly brand was the top trending search for fashion brands on Google.
The magazine, which includes verticals The Cut and Vulture, has been growing and making changes and staffers want some say.