As more cannabis beauty and wellness products continue to pop up, like Scotch Porter’s recent CBD-infused beard collection and High Beauty’s cannabis sativa seed oil moisturizer and facial oil, it is fitting that the cannabis retail landscape is changing, too.
As #ad becomes the norm for beauty and fashion influencers working with brands, some companies are seeing an opportunity in more personal referrals. Direct-selling beauty company Ever considers its specialists friends of its clients, and Glossier has said it is looking for a way for its customers to play in the social selling arena. Masse founders Elizabeth Shaffer and Lizzy Brockhoff are taking that one step further with their new app.
As beauty brands work to move the industry forward, retailers are proving an obstacle. At Glossy’s first Beauty x Wellness Summit, held this week, executives from the beauty and wellness industries gathered to talk through their effective strategies and future plans, and the challenges they’ve faced growing their brand. On the latter, a theme resonated [...]
Each quarter, the Glossy team explores key themes and topics from the rapidly evolving beauty and fashion industries and breaks them down for you. In this report, we looked at the future of beauty and wellness and the top five trends shaping the industry.
With its first entry into physical retail, 7-year-old men’s retailer Huckberry is taking the idea of customer experience to the next level.
Everyone loves a comeback story, and luxury leather goods brand Mark Cross has been working toward a strong rebuild since its return to retail in 2012.
Serving up fashion with a side of beauty and wellness is trending for retailers. Today, luxury online marketplace Orchard Mile pressed go on its first loyalty program, a multi-tier, point-based initiative granting regular customers complimentary services from a range of outside companies, largely in the beauty space. Co-founder and CEO Jennie Baik said it was [...]
Brands that have identified as “direct-to-consumer” are throwing out the playbooks of early successes in the space and establishing unique business models, customized to their customers’ buying habits. From fundraising to teaming with wholesale partners, best practices are up for debate, as what’s worked for one brand hasn’t worked for another.
Prabal Gurung and Cynthia Rowley have joined a long list of brand founders turning to both physical retail and an emerging retail model to get closer to customers. Shopping malls, in their traditional form, are out; in their place are lifestyle centers and concept shops.
As building a bond with customers becomes increasingly important, fashion retailers are working harder to welcome shoppers into their worlds. Opening physical stores with a home-y feel is trending as a go-to strategy for brands across categories.
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