Dressed in a black leather look, jacket open on his bare torso, the American artist presents some of the luxury brand's new makeup products, including Lash Clash mascara and Rouge Pur Couture The Bold lipstick.
Retail sales volumes fell at a “considerable rate” in September after posting strong growth in August. What’s more the decline in sales is expected to continue next month, albeit at a slower pace, according to the CBI.
An already bruised consumer confidence took a further hit in September, tumbling to a new low.. And with the Bank of England now suggesting the UK has tipped into recession, expect further dips to come.
In what has been called a ‘mini budget’, the UK government on Friday not only said that it would bring back VAT-free shopping for tourists to Britain but that it would be a better system than the one abolished in 2021.
Coty Inc. announced on Thursday it plans to double skincare sales by full-year 2025, as the beauty giant homes in on skincare and its prestige brands -- Lancaster, Orveda, philosophy, Kylie Skin and SKKN by Kim.
M&S has set out a £15 million package to support its front-line workers in the cost-of-living crisis, introduced an additional autumn pay review for the first time, while extending wide-ranging wellbeing benefits.
It’s going to be the “world’s first luxury virtual reality shopping universe”, we’re told. And although the so-called Xydrobe universe doesn’t officially open until 2023, it has just started taking registrations.
Brazilian cosmetics group Natura & Co. has recently stated it is not envisaging applying for a separate listing for its brand Aesop, nor selling The Body Shop, denying rumours about a possible restructuring.
With the key festive selling season looming, Dior has announced that it’s paying “tribute to the unbreakable ties it has woven with Harrods over nearly 70 years, and to Christian Dior’s love of Christmas celebrations”.
U.S. skincare brand Evereden announced on Wednesday it has entered into a global partnership with French beauty retailer Sephora, which will see the New York-based brand enter six new international markets.
A third of high street businesses in England have missed out on discounts on their business rates bills.. Just 272,000 out of 400,000 businesses were able to claim a 50% discount on the commercial property tax.