Ken Downing Leaving Neiman Marcus

clock 17hDavid Moin


Fashion Industry Event to Unpack What It Takes to Win at Retail

clock March 22, 2019Arthur Zaczkiewicz


Is L.A. the Future of the American Runway?

clock March 22, 2019Booth Moore


Johnny's Chop Shop on Marshall Street, London


Grooming Brand Johnny’s Chop Shop Hits Walmart Stores

It will launch across 3,500 Walmart locations and open with a flagship store in Williamsburg.

clock March 7, 2019Fiona Ma


Waxon Raises the Bar for Gender-Neutral Hair Removal

As the medical aesthetics market is forecast to reach $17.07 billion by 2023 Canada’s Waxon Laser + Waxbar is taking aim at North America.

clock February 26, 2019Constance Droganes


DpHue Built an IRL Experience to Grow Digital Engagement

The brand’s partnership with celebrity colorist Justin Anderson helps it draw in celebrities and influencers.

clock February 26, 2019Allison Collins

Models backstageTory Burch show, Backstage, Fall Winter 2019, New York Fashion Week, USA - 10 Feb 2019


Hair Extensions Sweep New York Fashion Week Runways

Hair stylists at Sies Marjan, LaQuan Smith and Tory Burch used hair extensions to add dramatic effect during fashion week.

clock February 11, 2019Allison Collins

Wow's shampoo and conditioner combo averages in the top three spots on Amazon.


How an Apple Cider Vinegar Shampoo, Conditioner Rocketed to the Top of Amazon’s Chart

Online demand has propelled Wow’s sales into $1 million per month.

clock January 29, 2019Faye Brookman

Clear Head is a combination shampoo and conditioner.


Thick Head to Address Men’s Thinning Tresses

Move over Rogaine, there is a new hair-growth system on the market and it aims to become a $100 million brand.

clock January 23, 2019Faye Brookman

Kristin Ess Hair


Kristin Ess Is Building a $100 Million Hair Product Empire

Just two years after launch, the brand is rolling out internationally and far exceeding initial sales projections.

clock January 16, 2019Ellen Thomas

Suite Reyad seeks to set a new tone in salons.


A Fresh Look for Modern-Day Salons

A former colorist at Frédéric Fekkai is rewriting the hair-salon rules and celebs are taking notice.

clock January 11, 2019Faye Brookman

The shade ranges are broad for the new Natural Instincts.


Clairol Hopes Going Green Will Get Hair Color Business Out of the Red

The hair color business is in need of a jolt. Clairol just launched a new cleaner and greener formula to perk up sales.

clock January 7, 2019Faye Brookman

Ricardo Rojas is launching hair care.


Celebrity Stylist Ricardo Rojas Tossing His Hat Into the Hair-care Business

A new premium hair collection is launching at The Salon Project — Joel Warren’s salon concept featured at select Saks Fifth Avenue stores and the 1 Hotel in Miami as well as on its creator’s site.

clock January 3, 2019Faye Brookman

TRESemmé Thermal Creations


What to Watch 2019: Mass Hair Care No Longer a Commodity Category

Key players are rolling out shampoo alternatives, customized conditioners and natural ingredients in January.

clock January 3, 2019Ellen Thomas

George Northwood


George Northwood — Hairstylist to the Stars, Royals — Discusses the Modern Salon

George Northwood, the man behind Meghan Markle’s wedding reception messy bun and Alexa Chung’s bob, is carving a new path in the luxury salon business.

clock December 24, 2018Natalie Theodosi

Hairstylist Oribe Has Died: Famous Jennifer Lopez Hairstyles Created By Oribe


Jennifer Lopez Pays Tribute to Legendary Celebrity Hairstylist Oribe, Who Died at 62

“He loved beauty and wanted women to feel beautiful and sexy. He loved the messiness and the imperfection and saw how interesting that was,” said Lopez

clock December 17, 2018Sophia Chabbott



Hair Care Gets Into Wellness

As green and clean formulations drive sales of skin care, the hair category is the latest to get in on the game.

clock December 13, 2018Ellen Thomas

Waksé  is now in Ricky's.


Waxing for Women Grows as Shaving Wanes

Retailers are balancing shaving choices with more options such as waxing.

clock December 11, 2018Faye Brookman

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A woman walks past a Tiffany & Co. store at a shopping mall in Beijing. The designer boutiques of Manhattan and Paris are feeling the chill of a Chinese economic slowdown that has hammered automakers and other industries. That is jolting brands such as Louis Vuitton and Burberry that increasingly rely on Chinese customers who spend $90 billion a year on jewelry, clothes and other high-end goods. The industry already is facing pressure to keep up as China's big spenders shift to buying more at the spreading networks of luxury outlets in their own countryLuxury Shopping Chill, Beijing, China - 29 Nov 2018


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