Two of the most talked about celebrity skin care brands make their debut this month – Hailey Bieber’s Rhode and Kim Kardashian’s SKKN by Kim. But are consumers getting tired of celebrity beauty lines?
With viewers preoccupied by real-world events, even Kim Kardashian’s platinum blonde hair can’t provide an escape.
The Gilded Age played out on the red carpet as attendees took the era’s opulence — and inequalities — to heart, while real-world news of the Supreme Court’s intention to override Roe v. Wade drastically changed the online conversation in a matter of minutes.
Skims recently raised funding at a $3.2 billion valuation. Kim Kardashian and Jens Grede, in an exclusive interview with BoF, explain how the ‘solution wear’ empire plans to prove it’s more than a pandemic fad. First up: swimwear.
The move comes as Coty, which saw its sales increase 12 percent year-over-year, is doubling down on skin care to build on more positive momentum for the conglomerate.
Babushka-style scarves, knitted balaclavas and other headwear accessories have become increasingly popular within mainstream fashion.
The Roman brand is chasing renewed buzz, following up its Versace partnership after just a month.
Fashion’s most exclusive party returned with a smaller and younger guest list, an anything-goes interpretation of the American fashion theme and an official meme correspondent.
The mega-influencer’s digital-first shapewear brand Skims has succeeded, not only in selling millions of units, but in quickly earning the sort of cultural credibility once reserved for the likes of Ralph Lauren.
Their reality television series has ended, they’ve cashed out on several of their major ventures and one of their most strategic personal associations appears to be ending. One of the world’s most-watched families is on the precipice of reinvention once again.
Kim Kardashian West’s partner for her beauty line won a court order temporarily blocking the reality TV star from sharing trade secrets in their agreement as she pursues a stake sale to rival Coty Inc.
The anti-racism protests that have swept the United States are inextricably linked to socio-economic class and rising inequality. Are luxury brands listening?