BoF’s Imran Amed sits down with Priya Rao, executive editor of The Business of Beauty, to go inside the findings of our new report ‘The State of Fashion: Beauty.’
BoF Careers provides essential sector insights for fashion designers this month, to help you decode fashion’s creative and commercial landscape.
Cosmetics retailer Ulta Beauty Inc cut its annual operating margin forecast on Thursday, signaling pressure from higher inventory shrink and supply chain costs.
The buzzy concept is a chimaera that distracts from the root cause of fashion’s worsening environmental impact: overconsumption, argues Ken Pucker.
Kering, LVMH and H&M are among a handful of companies pioneering a new science-based framework to measure, disclose and address their impact on nature.
Join us next week for The Business of Beauty Global Forum 2023 livestream on Tuesday May 30 and Wednesday May 31, available to BoF Professional All-Access and BoF Professional Beauty & Wellness members.
Gap Inc on Thursday reported a surprise profit in the first quarter, and its shares jumped 16 percent in extended trading as the apparel retailer cited restructuring efforts and easing supply chain costs.
The privately-held fashion and beauty giant’s sales rose 17 percent to $17 billion in 2022. Private salons for top-spending clients, emerging technologies and a new London headquarters are on new CEO Leena Nair’s agenda.
For ‘The State of Fashion: Beauty’ founder Ben Gorham breaks down Byredo’s journey to its recent acquisition by luxury group Puig and how indie labels can flourish in a crowded market.
How a unique approach to supply chain, design, communications and retail has powered blockbuster demand for iconic bags like the Birkin and Kelly, enabling the French leather goods house to face down rivals and become a global megabrand with a market capitalisation greater than Nike’s.