Jenny B. Fine

Jenny B. Fine has been Executive Editor, Beauty, for WWD since November 2017. She joined the company in November 2001 as editor in chief of Beauty Inc. Prior to joining Beauty Inc, Jenny was Editor of, where she was responsible for overseeing its launch and editorial content. She was previously director of’s Beauty Channel and beauty director at SELF. She began her career in magazine publishing at Fairchild, where she served as senior associate editor of Salon News and beauty news editor of Women’s Wear.
 A native of Louisville, Kentucky, Ms. Fine received a B.A. in art history and an M.A. in journalism from New York University.

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Eye Candy: Beauty Brings Back the Power Lunch

With the reopening of Michael’s this week, the power lunch is back. Here, we asked some movers and shakers to share where they’re excited to go as restaurants in New York and Los Angeles start to welcome back customers.

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Sephora and Kohl’s Reveal Brand Lineup

Tatcha, Drunk Elephant and Fenty Beauty are among the 125-plus brands that will be available at Sephora at Kohl’s.

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Master Class: Charles Rosier, CEO of Augustinus Bader

Charles Rosier, the CEO of one of beauty’s fastest-growing brands, on how Augustinus Bader has had explosive growth even during the dark days of the pandemic.

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What’s Next in Wellness

From mushrooms to mitochondria, a look at the developments in health that are most expected to impact beauty in the year ahead.

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Tackling Beauty’s Small Plastics Problem

“We’re at a critical juncture and the amount that we consume and waste as a country, but also as a beauty industry, is mind-blowing and has to change. We don’t have a choice,” said Mia Davis of Credo Beauty.

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Shespoke Focuses on Customization for Growth

The brand’s proprietary technology enables it to create personalized products at scale without holding on to finished goods inventory.

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Sustainability Initiatives All Beauty Brands Should Consider

Founders from Pacifica, Loli, Klur and more share their best practices.

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Sustainability Key Topic at WWD China’s Beauty Inc Awards

Speakers also addressed the buying habits of skin care loving Gen Z consumers.

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How Sephora India Aims to Reach the Changing Indian Beauty Consumer

CEO Mohit Dhanjal has identified key “pockets of opportunity.” 

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Master Class: Abena Boamah

The former teacher and founder of Hanahana beauty is a lesson in how young brands can have a big impact.

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Detail on Retail: Shen Beauty’s Jessica Richards

The Brooklyn-based retailer opened her newest store in September.

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Beauty Features

HoliFrog Reassesses Retail Strategy, Rebrands

Cofounder Emily Parr used the pandemic to rethink key tenets of the skin care brand.

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Furtuna Skin cofounders Agatha Relota Luczo and Kim Walls.

Beauty Features

Furtuna Skin Favors the Bold

The skin care brand’s chic-meets-effective ethos has found widespread acceptance and fueled a boom in online distribution.

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Veronique Gabai-Pinsky’s Pivot to D-to-C

Despite the difficulties of selling fragrance online, Veronique Gabai-Pinsky quickly shifted to a digital model as the impact of COVID-19 became clear.

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