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Revlon Bankruptcy Proposal Would Remove Ronald Perelman From the Helm

The troubled beauty business submitted a bankruptcy agreement that would give control of the company to…

Paris Exhibition Explores How Frida Kahlo Built Her Identity Through Fashion

The Palais Galliera show displays the Mexican artist's personal effects, ranging from her traditional Tehuana…

Photographer, Studio 54 Set Designer Richie Williamson Dies at 75

Born in Arkansas, by the time Williamson was in high school he had set his sights on building a career in New…

Inside Revlon’s Downward Spiral

An analysis of Revlon's downward spiral and the factors that led to its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing in late…

China Insight: China’s Beauty Market Seen Surpassing 1 Trillion Yuan in Sales

While growth has slowed recently, rising household incomes and the increasing growth of domestic brands are…

Is Revlon the New Meme Stock?

Its share price has surged in the week following its Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing.

Time Runs Out for Revlon

The beauty company has been struggling with a hefty pile of debt.

Bankruptcy Chatter Continues to Plague Revlon

Supply chain issues and increased competition have added to the beauty company's debt woes.

Tory Burch to Be Honored by Wharton’s Baker Retailing Center, The Retail Leaders Circle

She will receive the Retail Excellence Award in recognition of her industry leadership and support of women…

Revlon Posts Sales Gains, But Sales Lag 2019 Levels

Revlon's sales improved from the prior-year period.

Tiffany & Co. to Mentor Young People on Creative Team

The U.S. jeweler is taking on three young people from underprivileged backgrounds.

Who Are Africa’s Top Fashion Influencers?

South African personalities like Mihlali Ndamase and Kefilwe Mabote dominate a Launchmetrics ranking for WWD.

Media’s Beauty Business Play

As traditional media advertising revenues continue to slump, more titles are eyeing the beauty market.

Revlon Expands Restructuring Efforts

The new program focuses on the Revlon and Elizabeth Arden brands.

Revlon Sales Dipped 20 Percent During Coronavirus Pandemic

The company's e-commerce operations have become a bright spot, and now make up 20 percent of the business.