More mainly bad news about UK retail came Monday. New footfall figures showed store traffic was well down on last year and this weekend won’t offer much relief, even if the five days to Friday should be more buoyant.
House of Fraser has signed a deal with a property-tech startup that will see the UK department stores giant hosting pop-up concessions in stores for small retail brands and expanding its experiential offer on the way.
TSG Consumer Partners, the private equity firm who has offered backing to Revolve, Smashbox Cosmetics, Pureology and E.l.f. Cosmetics among others, has acquired a minority stake in fast growth beauty company Huda Beauty.
Estée Lauder is expanding its global partnership with YouCam in a first-ever mobile augmented reality training program offering Estée Lauder's 17,000 employees on-demand training and product briefings on their phones.
The tech giant has compiled a list of ‘Styles and trends', revealing that the top search was for ‘Beauty Blender', the makeup sponge applicator that has become a must-have cosmetics tool over recent years.
Diadermine is set to release in January its new Hydralist line; targeted at Millennials or those aged 25-35 years old. The line is to be launched in association with Diane Ducasse, the founder of fashion label Da/Da.