Unilever, P&G and other major consumer goods manufacturers are touting lower-priced brands and discounts to woo penny-pinching shoppers struggling through the most severe global recession since the Great Depression.
Yves Saint Laurent Beauty has launched a programme called Abuse is Not Love as it works to “help eliminate intimate partner violence which includes physical, sexual, emotional abuse as well as controlling behaviours”.
The London start-up has raised £0.5m “to power sustainable product verification” at a strong time for its business model after supply chain scandals and as consumers aim to buy more ethical and sustainable products.
Luxe label Canali has opened its new flagship on the corner of New Bond Street and Brook Street. The opening coincides with its 85th anniversary with Canali saying it “marks an exciting new chapter for the brand”.
While beauty fans like to share tips and trends, conversations on beauty themes are just as popular. That's what the spectacular number of beauty-related tweets between July 2019 and July 2020 seems to suggest.
Non-essential retailers in The Republic of Ireland have been warned against using health regulation loopholes to stay open. The government said it could enforce financial penalties to maintain regulations.
The Hut Group has rarely been out of the news in recent months and on Monday it made headlines again as it announced a third-quarter trading update that showed its business continues to go from strength to strength.
Sales for US consumer goods group Procter & Gamble grew by 9% in Q1 of the current financial year, as the group continues to benefit from rising demand for household detergents and personal care products.