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  • #Promiseconsulting #Luxurylab : The Inkey List's New Skin-Care-Inspired Hair Care Range Treats Common Issues, No Matter Your Hair Type

    From Popsugar - Sophia Panych, 3 July 2020

    Not even two years after shaking up the skin-care industry, The Inkey List founders Colette Laxton and Mark Curry have set their sites on disrupting another beauty category: hair and scalp care.

    The Inkey List Hair & Scalp Care Range is comprised of eight products — three scalp treatments and five hair treatments — and is quite unlike most hair product ranges on the market. Housed in 50ml fully recyclable aluminium bottles (yes, even the pumps!), the oils, serums, and cream can be used in multiple ways — on wet hair, dry hair, or mixed in with your shampoo or conditioner — and all of them can be used on any hair type. "We were very, very conscious that these products were for all hair textures," Laxton tells POPSUGAR.

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  • #Promiseconsulting #Luxurylab : Brand Value Is More Important Than Ever In The Post COVID-19 Era

    From JingDaily - Ruonan Zheng, July 1, 2020

    For the first time, over 17 Chinese brands made it on the latest BrandZ Top 100 list—ranking the most valuable global brands—which was published on June 30. Alibaba and Tencent ranked 6 and 7 respectively. The lists included a couple new risers, including the technology companies Huawei, TikTok, Meituan, and the luxury spirit brand Moutai, signaling the increasing strength of Chinese homegrown brands. The race among luxury brands is fierce as ever, led by Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Hermès, and Gucci.

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  • #Promiseconsulting #Luxurylab : Nars Is Launching at Boots Next Week as Part of the Store's Huge Beauty Reinvention

    From POPSUGAR - TORI CROWTHER, 2 July 2020

    This week, it was announced that Nars Cosmetics is launching at Boots.com from 8 July, as part of the store's ongoing beauty reinvention.

    Nars Cosmetics will be joining the 40 plus brands that Boots has launched into stores and online over the last 18 months. The health-and-beauty retailer has introduced huge beauty brands, including Huda Beauty, The Ordinary, Morphe, Fenty Beauty, Ole Henriksen, Laura Mercier, and of course, most recently Nars.

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  • How Will L’Oréal’s Elimination of “Whitening” From Skincare Products Impact Its Chinese Beauty Market?

    From JingDaily, Chenyue Fu, June 29, 2020

    The French cosmetic giant L’Oréal announced they will be removing words like “whitening” and “lightening” from all their skin care products. The move comes on the heels of a backlash that a number of beauty brands received for their skin lightening products amidst ongoing protests for racial equality. Another global cosmetic giant, Uniliver, has already announced similar measures, including for its Indian subsidiary, which will now rename its best-selling skin lightening cream to Fair & Lovely. Unilever’s decision comes after Johnson & Johnson announced last week that its brands Neutrogena and Clean & Clear would discontinue skin-whitening creams favored in Asia and the Middle East.

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  • [#Promiseconsulting#luxurylab] How Luxury Shopping Habits Will Change Forever Because Of #COVID-19

     
    With Neiman Marcus reportedly teetering on bankruptcy, surging unemployment figures and mandated store closures across the country, recent retail headlines have painted a gloomy future for the industry. The indulgent, nonessential nature of luxury retail, at first glance, should place the sector in even hotter water. 

    But from vintage Hermes bags to sweatsuits that cost upwards of $1,250, luxury e-tailer Moda Operandi says its current bestsellers are proof that the luxury shopper is a different animal, even during the COVID-19 crisis. The Moda Operandi report found that amid all the uncertainty, the luxury shopper is still on the hunt, particularly for high-value timeless products.

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  • #Promiseconsulting #Luxurylab Will LVMH’s Resilience Last for the Rest of 2020? via #JingDaily

    Via Yaling Jiang | April 16, 2020

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    What Happened:

    The luxury sector’s bellwether, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, reported revenue of 10.6 billion euros for the first quarter of 2020 today, down 15 percent compared to the same period in 2019. 

    Among its five main business sectors, the Fashion & Leather Goods category has proven the most resilient, reporting only a decline of 9 percent in Q1 2020 compared to the same period last year. Major brands like Dior and Louis Vuitton performed well, while others in the sector missed expectations, Bernard Arnault, the Chairman and CEO of LVMH, said in the earnings call. Watches & Jewelry and Selective Retailing, including cosmetics chain Sephora and travel retail leader DFS Group, reporting a 24 percent and a 25 percent decline, respectively, were hit the hardest as a result of store closures and travel restrictions due to the ongoing COVID-19 crisis.  

    As Asia-Pacific, excluding Japan, remains 29 percent of the group’s revenue and with China showing early signs of recovery, many analysts inquired about mainland China’s outlook during the call. “There is repatriation of part of the business in mainland China,” Arnault answered. “The growth rate in mainland China was higher than our business with mainlanders outside of China. It will amplify in the months to come.” The group also reported improving in-store traffic and sales in China as stores began to reopen in March. 

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