David and Victoria Beckham’s businesses are growing at different speeds, but the couple are sharing the spoils, and took home a dividend of 14.5 million pounds in 2019.
The couple and their family are working on a “fly-on-the-wall” documentary.
DMR Group reported Camila Coelho, Victoria Beckham, Chiara Ferragni and Leonie Hanne as top influencers across New York, London, Milan and Paris Fashion Weeks.
A debut line of lipstick called Posh will launch on Oct. 1, followed by a new mascara formulation that cofounder and ceo Sarah Creal says is the dream.
Buyers loved all the dresses, prints and energizing color and pattern during this out-of-the-ordinary London Fashion Week.
British brands of all sizes are suffering from shrinking sales, desolate shop floors and a lack of international tourists. Restructuring is proving painful, but they’re pressing ahead.
The brand plans to reduce the number of collections and cut around 20 jobs in a bid to become a leaner and more efficient operation.
“You can’t be a successful global brand without a solid China business — it’s just not possible these days,” said Sarah Creal, cofounder and chief executive officer of Victoria Beckham Beauty.
“I love what I do, and this made me remember how much I used to enjoy doing it on a smaller scale,” Beckham said.
“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.