BoF compiles the most important professional moves of the week.
NEW YORK, United States — L’Oreal SA, the world’s largest cosmetics company, reported second-quarter sales that missed analysts’ estimates as demand for Maybelline New York makeup and other consumer products remained sluggish in the U.S.
SEATTLE, United States — Diamond rings on display at Nordstrom's flagship Seattle store are not for sale. Shoppers can try them on, inspect the gems' quality up close, but to buy them requires a visit to Blue Nile's website.
Online flash sale site Rue La La, which counts eBay as an investor, is exploring a sale that could value the company at around $400 million, people familiar with the matter said on Monday.
LOS ANGELES, United States — American Apparel Inc's founder should know in the next few weeks whether he may return as an employee of the company, according to a source familiar with the situation.
Marie Claire’s innovative interactive magazine covers are breaking new ground in advertising real estate.
Stella Bugbee, the editorial director of New York Magazine’s The Cut, says that it’s important to be very honest with yourself about who you are and what you’re good at.
BoF has learned that leather goods giant Coach has eliminated more than 150 jobs as part of its efforts to restructure and reinvigorate the brand amidst sluggish sales in recent quarters.
MADRID, Spain — Discount fashion chain Primark has made its mark in Europe by offering fast-changing fashion at rock-bottom prices. The secret of its success: placing huge orders for top-selling items like socks, tops and jeans and passing on the savings to shoppers.
Fashion magazines need to upgrade their e-commerce experiences and make shopping their content more user-friendly, argues Renata Certo-Ware.