Passing through Italy, the LVMH group’s managing director gave details about the group’s sourcing strategy and mentioned various projects, from Pucci’s relaunch to the plan to build a Louis Vuitton factory in Tuscany.
Acquisition-hungry JD Sports Fashion has now moved into beauty. The UK-based sportswear giant has bought a stake in online hair & beauty brand Hairburst, which sells vitamins, shampoos and styling products.
Appointed general manager of fashion and fragrance in 2018, Charlotte Tasset has left the Parisian house, owned by Spain's Puig. Currently, it is not known what her next move will be or who will succeed her.
The minimalist beauty brand launched by Who What Wear co-founder Katherine Power earlier this year has announced that it has completed a $20 million Series A funding round led by LVMH-backed L Catterton.
Now 76% owned by Estée Lauder, the Deciem Beauty Group, proprietor of skincare brands The Ordinary and Niod, continues to expand in Europe. FashionNetwork.com has interviewed Nicola Kilner, CEO of the Deciem group.