Truly, a DTC skin-care brand launched in 2019 that offers a range of skin-care products for Gen Z and Millenials, has been using TikTok in a bid to increase the brand awareness of its products.
Last week, Glossy released our latest Annual Report, covering the state and future of fashion brand distribution. Today, Glossy+ members have the opportunity to come together virtually to dive into this research.
Meet the 2021 Glossy 50. Our fifth annual group of honorees beat the odds, in that they can chalk up the year as a success. And now, they provide insight into fashion’s and beauty’s new directions. To attempt to prepare for 2022, take note.
Meet the 2021 Glossy 50. Our fifth annual group of honorees beat the odds, in that they can chalk up the year as a success. And now, they provide insight into fashion’s and beauty’s new directions.
On day one of the Glossy Beauty Summit, taking place this week in Palm Springs, beauty executives met for a town hall-style discussion on the biggest challenges they're facing. All talk turned to three topics: supply chain issues, holiday delivery delays and the new role of the influencer. Below are...
It’s a new era for fashion. A young generation of fashion fans is ushering in a fresh perspective, free of gatekeepers, prescribed trends, “out” lists and unattainable ideals. These faces best represent those leading the charge and fashion’s freer, less tailored direction.
Those who are driving Gen-Z beauty are celebrating individuality, championing self-care and encouraging experimentation. Along with Instagram makeup fans and TikTok skinfluencers, they include gamers, dancers, musicians and young brand founders. This is a guide to the established and breakout names informing beauty and, more importantly, culture today.