Beautycon, the festival for beauty enthusiasts known for its principles of inclusivity and diversity, has launched its first experiential pop-up in Los Angeles. Beautycon Pop will run through December 16.
Kim Kardashian and Kylie Jenner are two of the biggest beauty entrepreneurs in the business, so it makes sense that the sisters have decided to collaborate for the second time on a new cosmetics collection.
Four of eight executives will be leaving retailer Hema. The news comes just weeks following the acquisition of the chain by Dutch entrepreneur Marcel Boekhoorn, who aims to simplify the structure of the company.
The reality TV star and makeup mogul has unveiled a bumper cosmetics collection via her KKW Beauty brand, dubbed ‘The Glam Bible Smokey Volume I', which the label says contains the star's "must have essentials."
The beauty giant is advocating the United Nations Standards of Conduct for Business to tackle discrimination against lesbian, gay, bi, trans and intersex (LGBTI) people, as part of its commitment to social progress.