Subscription rental service wants to deepen its level of interaction with members.
The company is focused on reaching its consumer in a digital/social media way that it never has before.
The Los Angeles brand, now in its third season, is set for a Barneys Japan pop-in later this year and a collaboration with Taz Arnold.
The event, which focuses on innovation and sustainability, is set for Nov. 13 and 14 at the Los Angeles Convention Center.
The company’s first-quarter sales rose 59 percent, although losses widened on spending for more growth.
The lingerie retailer saw 22 percent comp growth online in the second quarter, but it wasn’t enough to drive an increase.
Numbers for Revlon are being hurt by problems in a North Carolina manufacturing facility.
L’Oréal is bringing augmented reality technology into the mainstream with a new partnership between ModiFace and Facebook. The beauty behemoth has inked what it calls a “long-term” partnership with the social media giant, in which ModiFace will power augmented reality experiences featuring makeup brands across the L’Oréal portfolio, designed to live on Facebook’s platform. The first — a try-on experience for NYX Professional Makeup Slip Tease Full Color Lip Lacquer — will debut on Facebook’s mobile app in late August. Similar try-on experiences for Maybelline, L’Oréal Paris, Lancôme, Giorgio Armani, Yves Saint Laurent and Shu Uemura are scheduled to roll out on Facebook through the end of the year. The ModiFace partnership is the first of several that L’Oréal intends to embark on with the tech platforms and retailers, said chief digital officer Lubomira Rochet in an exclusive interview. It also is the first major partnership ModiFace has entered since being acquired by L’Oréal in March. “It’s important that consumers discover our brands in an entertaining and educational way,” said Rochet. “This is what we’ve done with [brick-and-mortar] retailers for many years — elevating the experience.” ModiFace AR experience for NYX Professional Makeup The partnership is a “reach game,” said Rochet, designed to target as manyRead More...
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