“There is massive opportunity, and we are chomping at the bit to do more,” said William Hutchings of the strategic investment company, A Brand Lives Tomorrow.
The “skin-care guru” to the A-list is reopening soon, but taking a serious approach to keeping clients and staff safe from the coronavirus.
The company will foot the furlough bill itself, and plans to get back to work as of mid-May.
Victoria Beckham topped Launchmetrics list with Richard Quinn and Tommy Hilfiger following closely behind.
Courtney Love, Robert Pattinson, Cara Delevingne as well as three out of six Beckhams attended the Dior Men’s show on Friday.
The line will hit stores in February and reflects the soccer champion’s style and details-oriented approach.
The New York designer has never been one to approach fashion conventionally, playing up then factor as much as his designs.
The New York-based photographer is widely known for shooting the wedding photos for Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
The annual Frieze Art Fair in London, and related events during the week, added a jolt of energy and positivity to a city battered by Brexit, new tariffs and uncertainty.
Eva Longoria, Takashi Murakami, Kaws, Russell Tovey, Erin O’Connor and Stacy Martin enjoyed Warhol’s creations with the Beckhams.
She replaces Paolo Riva, who left the company in July for personal reasons.
Beckham and ceo Sarah Creal have “behemoth” big plans for the brand, with scheduled monthly drops of new products and categories.