Burberry, which has been in the crosshairs for burning tens of millions of dollars of its products, is far from the only firm to destroy unsold goods to maintain the exclusivity and luxury mystique of their brands.
Lime Crime founder Doe Deere took to Instagram to assure her fans that she will keep an active role in the company and that it will remain true to its roots despite being bought out by Tengram Capital Partners.
Beauty and wellness brand Byrdie has teamed up with Amazon for a second edition of the Byrdie Beauty Lab, a limited-run pop-up bringing digital beauty to life in Los Angeles with product testing and master classes.
Avon is teaming up with designer Kenzo Takada on a brand new fragrance.The cosmetics giant and the Japanese creative have been working on a scent dubbed 'Avon Life Colour', which is set to launch later this year.
Harvey Nichols has scored another coup with the luxury retailer set to partner exclusively with Marc Jacobs Beauty from October in a deal to sell the brand in all eight UK and Ireland stores, and at harveynichols.com.
Despite lauding itself as a family-friendly company, Estée Lauder has settled a discrimination lawsuit filed by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) for paternity bias on behalf of new fathers for $1.1M.
Beautyblender is making its first foray into the makeup industry. The brand, which is famous for its cult-status sponge makeup applicators, has announced the launch of a 32-piece foundation line titled ‘Bounce'.