The executive group president of the Estée Lauder Cos. oversees the company’s fastest-growing categories.
Lauder, Skylar, Scentbird and Nécessaire all have shuffled their leadership teams.
The exponential acceleration of online sales during the coronavirus looks set to permanently change retail’s balance of power.
WWD asks industry giants to self-reflect on diversity and inclusion.
Jane Hertzmark Hudis becomes the first woman promoted to executive group president at Estée Lauder.
Lauder will move into the corporate suite for the first time, while J&J veteran Michelle Freyre joins the company to oversee Clinique.
The disproportionately white beauty industry is actively looking to hire more Black employees. For some, it’s the first time.
Lauder aims to achieve U.S. parity for black employees across all levels of its business in the next five years, according to an internal memo.
The petition also calls for Lauder to up its $1 million donation to $5 million.
The event may have had to move online because of the coronavirus, but it still raised $5.2 million for BCRF.