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...
A round-up of CosmeticsDesign-Europe’s most-read news from October 2021 shows interest in beauty ‘personas’ to watch, the big-brand push towards an environmental impact system, and scientific frustration around the future of animal-free chemical testing.
HENKEL, L’OREAL, LVMH, NATURA &CO AND UNILEVER EXECUTIVES WEIGH IN
Nearly 1 year ago, Eastman introduced a new portfolio of beauty packaging materials made with a percentage of plastic that had gone through the company’s molecular recycling process. Now LVMH is putting a luxury lip product from Dior on the shelf in Eastman...
Wednesday evening at the Harmonie Club in New York City, four prestige fragrance, skin care, and color cosmetics brand leaders discussed the state of luxury beauty today and how they plan to continue growing the business units they oversee.
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.
According to recent research by Assocham, with thanks to high internet penetration across tier-II and tier-III cities, luxury consumption is expected to grow by 30-35 per cent over the next three years.
The announcement of the hiring of former Apple executive, Ian Rogers, as LVMH’s new head of digital confirms the luxury goods multinational is rising to meet the promise of e-retailing in the luxury sector.
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.
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..
Luxury French brand Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy has announced continued growth for both its perfume and cosmetic ranges during the first quarter, with European sales still climbing despite the tough economic conditions.
France-based luxury goods company LVMH has made several acquisitions in 2011 that will enhance its cosmetics and perfumes business segment, which generated sales of €3.1bn in 2010, an increase of 9 per cent.
Japan-based cosmetics company Shiseido has announced it will innovate its luxury brand Clé de Peau Beauté with the aim of strengthening its competitiveness in the global high prestige cosmetics market by fusing domestic and overseas marketing.