The Italian fashion group has created a new managerial position charged with leading its on and offline image, a role that the company has confided to Alan Prada, who is best known for his experience in the press.
Health protection measures are once again preventing Paris’s trade shows from being held regularly. WSN’s joint event scheduled in early March has been cancelled, and only a reduced Première Classe show will be staged.
L'Oreal, the world's biggest cosmetics group, forecast a strong rebound in makeup sales when the COVID-19 pandemic gives way to a "roaring 20s" when people get dressed up and go out again to socialise.
Milton Keynes can breath a sigh of relief. Any doubts that Harrods may pull out of plans to open a beauty store in the Buckinghamshire town, or further delay its arrival due to the Covid pandemic, are unfounded.
An analyst thinks that after the pandemic is over, Ted Baker needs to reduce its reliance on the core categories that have proved a turn-off during the crisis and to make more casual categories a focus of its marketing.
Retailers had been expecting a steady shift towards online shopping for some time, but the impact of the pandemic changed retail fast and the UK saw the equivalent of five years of e-tail sales growth in only a year.
Forget the lingerie, diamonds chocolates and flowers. Most women want cosmetic products for Valentine’s Day. New data from Bazaarvoice’s Influenster shows as many as 70% of women would prefer to receive beauty products.
UK shoe giant Clarks has filed its results for its year to February 2020 and the figures show just how much it was struggling even before the pandemic forced its stores to close and sent footwear demand plummeting.
M&S is putting extra weight behind the sustainability credentials of its denim offer for the new season — a key move given that denim is one of its hero categories and it makes 10% of all jeans sold in Britain.