After a successful pop-up in San Francisco, cult makeup brand Glossier has announced plans to open its first permanent retail store in Los Angeles. This is the brand's second retail location, following a NY showroom.
Voice-assisted shopping is on the rise in the Netherlands, finds Dutch bank ABN Amro. 61 percent of retailers see the technology service as an opportunity to offer consumers more comfort while shopping.
Launchmetrics has released its 4th “State of Influencer Marketing” report, revealing a number of trends, including skews in target demographics, changes in influencer remuneration and the rise of micro-influencers.
It may not have been good news for the Hammerson share price, but news on Friday that French retail property giant Klépierre is walking away from making another bid probably came as some relief to the Hammerson board.
Booming demand for L’Oreal’s luxury cosmetics brands like Lancome, particularly in China, helped boost the company’s first-quarter sales, offsetting a more wobbly performance in the group’s mass market division.
Expect another year of rapid growth at LVMH, insisted Bernard Arnault, chairman of LVMH, at the group's AGM. Though he called reports that LVMH executives had held talks with the owners of Chanel “fake news.”
Selfridges Group isn't only spending heavily to upgrade its London and Birmingham flagships and it will also invest €11m in Dublin department store Arnotts as it refurbishes the building and upgrades its tech.
Asos is going from strength to strength with sales and profits both rising strongly. And product initiatives are paying off, while a new relationship with Estée Lauder should boost it in the beauty arena.