The business allows customers or influencers to set up shop on its online platform.
Both generated more than $1 million in media impact value with their fashion week content.
The nearly 170 winners were selected based on more than six million makeup, skin, hair, fragrance and nail product reviews left by Influenster members.
Primary colors left their mark on this season’s New York runway.
Judy Price conceived the daylong program focused on science and sustainability.
A number of the brand’s faces, plus models and fashion icons will walk the floating runway on Sept. 30.
The 47-unit line aims to meet diverse consumer needs, something specific to the American market.
The brand is bolstering its celebrity clout with the help of Baldwin, Letitia Wright and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley.
It’s the latest in a series of influencer campaigns designed to make the brand more relevant to Millennial consumers.
The brand is working on a new hair-care and fragrance range as part of its weekly drop model.
The business focuses on customizable tans, and plans to bring Tanologist by Lottie Tomlinson to the U.S. in early 2019.
Natural hair and makeup trends continue to dominate, but pops of color are coming through on certain New York Fashion Week runways.