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Estée Lauder, LVMH and Sephora are among a number of beauty companies cutting ties with Russia amidst the ongoing Ukraine conflict [Getty Images]

‘Drastic but necessary’: Beauty majors cease business in Russia

By Kacey Culliney

Several major beauty brands and retailers have suspended operations in Russia amidst the ongoing Ukraine conflict – action that aligns with widespread consumer sentiment and the increasing difficulties of doing business in the country, according to one...

LVMH posts ‘record’ annual results

LVMH posts ‘record’ annual results

By Lucy Whitehouse

LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton, a major luxury goods group, has released its 2016 annual results, recording a revenue of EUR 37.6bn in 2016.

Fragrance in Europe: a mid-year roundup of 2016 developments

**Special Focus: Fragrance**

Fragrance in Europe: a mid-year roundup of 2016 developments

By Lucy Whitehouse

In this special on the fragrance segment, we take a look back through our archives at the latest innovations, acquisitions and business strategies from fragrance players across the supply chain, from ingredients through to branding.

Cosmetics and fragrance help lift LVMH sales

Cosmetics and fragrance help lift LVMH sales

By Simon Pitman

A strong performance from cosmetics and fragrances, as well as retail division Sephora, helped buoy group sales that have been hit by poorer sales in the domestic market, France.

LVMH to invest in Korean cosmetic company Clio

LVMH to invest in Korean cosmetic company Clio

By Simon Pitman

LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton is taking the plunge into the innovative and fast-growing South Korean cosmetics industry by investing $50m (€45m) in CLIO Co.

Sephora supply chain

LVMH highlights the importance of the Supply Chain

By Andrew MCDOUGALL

In a large company that is involved in many sectors like LVMH, from luxury skin care and make-up to high-end fashion such as Louis Vuitton leather, the Supply Chain is of increased importance and is the centre of all operations.

Benefit invests in 'one stop' experience for EU consumers

Benefit invests in 'one stop' experience for EU consumers

By Michelle Yeomans

As more consumers opt for shopping online, cosmetic players like Estee Lauder and L’Oréal have recognised the importance of investing in the in-store experience, and Benefit is the latest to step up its game with a ‘one stop’ element..

People on the move: cosmetics jobs

People on the move

People on the move: cosmetics jobs

By Andrew McDougall

Cosmetics Design presents it latest round up of the movers and shakers in the cosmetics industry, including appointments at Bell, LVMH and Unicep Packaging.

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