While the Fragrance Foundation Awards may be postponed this year, the allure of years past remains.
Now is the time to amplify black voices when discussing widespread changes that need to be made.
With Neiman Marcus filing Chapter 11 and the specialty channel in flux, ultra-prestige beauty brands are exploring their options.
As the clean revolution takes root in beauty, fine fragrance is one category where consumers are looking for meaningful transparency when it comes to what’s inside the bottle.
“The recovery is happening in a disciplined, pretty fast way,” said Fabrizio Freda, president and chief executive officer of the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc.
The skin-care brand has created a set of 12 principles that it hopes will be adopted by the industry overall.
For the newly minted executive, restoring significant growth to the North American beauty scene is contingent on creating deep connections with consumers and company employees alike.