Worldwide protests about the treatment of Black people will alter the global fashion and beauty industries by creating job opportunities and products catering for a broader range of consumers, the model said.
There’s speculation that fast-expanding beauty giant The Hut Group (THG) is mulling a stock market flotation. A report at the weekend said that it has been lining up meetings with some big-name investors.
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The New York-based cosmetics company announced on Wednesday that Jane Hertzmak Hudis, John Demsey and Stéphane de La Faverie have all gained new responsibilities as part of an organizational restructure.
The Hut Group, the beauty giant that’s big and getting bigger at speed, said on Monday that its THG Ingenuity operation has signed £100 million worth of partnerships with global beauty brands and brand owners.