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Breakthrough Product for Prestige Color Cosmetics: Lipstick Queen by Poppy King

The Winner Is…

We celebrate the best and brightest with the fifth annual WWD Beauty Biz awards.

— December 7, 2007
Sephora San Francisco team members with the global leadership, including Olivier Schaeffer, global chief operations officer; Calvin McDonald, president and ceo, Sephora Americas; Christopher de Lapuente, global president and ceo, and Janet Dekker, global vice president of human resources.

Sephora Is Rewriting the Rules of Prestige Beauty

Sephora was an early incubator of the Indie revolution and is the most plugged-in retailer of its generation.

— December 9, 2016
Movers and Shoppers

Movers and Shoppers: The Travel Beauty Market

The travel retail market is flying high thanks to an influx of new global shoppers eager to lap up the latest in luxury goods.

— February 20, 2015
Macy's chief executive officer Terry J. Lundgren

Harnessing the Might of Macy’s

Chief executive officer Terry J. Lundgrenis out to prove that bigger really does mean better.

— April 22, 2011
Alex Keith

Alex Keith on Driving Growth in P&G’s Beauty Business

Under the leadership of Alex Keith, Procter & Gamble has cracked the code of how to win in beauty.

— May 2, 2019
The Body Shop

The Body Shop Goes Back to Naturals and Activism to Find Growth

More than 40 years ago, The Body Shop was a leader in natural and sustainable beauty products. Under new ownership, the brand has found itself again — and simultaneously discovered how to please the financial community.

— October 28, 2019
From the top left:Men'sGiorgio Armani Acqua Di Gio Absolu Eau De Parfum; $135 for 4.2-oz.; Perfumer: Alberto Morillas for FirmenichDior Sauvage Eau de Parfum; $120 for 3.4-oz.; Perfumer: Franois Demachy for Christian DiorJohn Varvatos JVxNJ; $94 for 4.2-oz.; Perfumer: Harry Fremont for FirmenichBoss The Scent Private Accord for Him; $87 for 3.3-oz.; Perfumer: Bruno Jovanovic for IFFAzzaro Wanted by Night; $92 for 3.4-oz.; Perfumer: Michel Girard and Quentin Bisch for GivaudanVersace Dylan Blue Pour Femme; $120 for 3.3-oz.; Perfumer: Calice Becker for GivaudanWomen'sChanel Coco Mademoiselle Intense; $145 for 3.4-oz.; Perfumer: Olivier Polge for ChanelDior Joy; $130 for 3.0-oz.; Perfumer: Franois Demachy for Christian DiorJo Malone London Honeysuckle & Davana Cologne; $136 for 3.3-oz.; Perfumer: Anne Flipo for IFFMarc Jacobs Daisy Love; $104 for 3.4-oz.; Perfumer: Alberto Morillas for Firmenich

Fragrance Foundation: The Fashion Effect

Logo-loving Millennials are driving a new generation of growth in the designer fragrance category.

— June 5, 2019
Sarah Jessica Parker

Clio Image Awards: The Grand Winners

A preview of tonight’s Clio Image Awards, which will bestow its first Honorary Award to Sarah Jessica Parker.

— May 7, 2014
Marc Puig photographed at Barcelona's Palau de la Música concert hall during his company's centennial celebration.

Reaching for the Heights: Marc Puig

Puig has transformed the fashion and fragrance giant into an international powerhouse with a growth rate that’s leaving its competitors in the dust.

— May 9, 2014
Frederick Bouchardy Founder and President of Joya, Co-Founder of Elements.

Electric Beauty Companies

After a relatively quiet period on the entrepreneurial front, a new generation of Indie brands are infusing beauty with innovation and excitement.

— May 9, 2014
Beauty CEO Summit

Change is in the Air at WWD’s Beauty CEO Summit

Metamorphosis was a fitting theme at the 2014 WWD Beauty CEO Sumit, where the prevailing topic was the transformation the industry is currently experiencing.

— June 20, 2014
Skin art by William Lemon for Art Department; hair by Lisa-Raquel for Cutler/NYC at See Management; model: Heather Hahn at Next Models.

The Claims Game

High-performance, high-priced skin care is a hit at retail counters. But advanced science hasn?t led to an increase in scrutiny.

— February 8, 2008
Yes to Carrots was a popular booth at NACDS.

NACDS Delivers Innovation to Fuel Growth in Second Half

SAN DIEGO – Retailers were looking for quick-fix ideas to jolt sales during the second half of 2008.

— July 11, 2008
Tom and Cathy Ryan, and Chris and Tina Bodine, CVS.

Momentum Builds for Beauty at NACDS Annual

The fickle Florida weather was a fitting metaphor for the NACDS annual meeting, as in the end rays of hope for a sales rebound broke through.

— May 6, 2005
Lumene inside CVS.

Mass Market Beauty Goes Upscale and Global

Mass retailers are out to prove their mettle in the world of beauty.

— April 20, 2007