For generations, Black entrepreneurs have struggled to gain a foothold in the multi-billion-dollar business of selling hair and cosmetics products to Black women. But some see an opportunity for change.
Big brands are embracing beauty conventions, creating elaborate installations and Instagrammable moments. Their target: influencers, wannabe influencers and the influenced of every age, race and gender.
This week, Beautycon names its first ever president, while, L’Officiel Italia appoints Giampietro Baudo as editor-in-chief.
This week, Salvatore Ferragamo announces the appointment of Paul Andrew to creative director, while Poshmark adds Serena Williams to its board of directors.
This week, everyone will be talking about Sephora's first beauty convention, a potential Sears bankruptcy and runway shows in Shanghai, Seoul and Tokyo. Read our BoF Professional Cheat Sheet.
Three of the most followed founders and entrepreneurs in fashion and beauty — Stitch Fix’s Katrina Lake, Everlane’s Michael Preysman and Beautycon’s Moj Mahdara — discuss their California-based businesses.
Beautycon chief executive Moj Mahdara took to the #BoFVOICES stage to share results of her extensive survey of Pivotals, the super-generation age 13 to 34. Watch now.