As TikTok stars start exploring mainstream fame outside the platform, stylists are helping them level up to get there.
Their aim to democratize access to medical-grade skin care has drawn a diverse, superstar list of investors, including Issa Rae, Yvonne Orji and the CEOs of Warby Parker, Allbirds, Casper, Harry's and Bombas.
After suffering from anxiety, depression and trauma following his father's suicide, Zak Williams is throwing his hat into the mental-health ring with a new product and brand.
There was a little slump last quarter, but shoppers are apparently back to buying up Louis Vuitton and Christian Dior.
Its virtual RevolveU conference is the latest example of the company's marketing pivot, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Founder Jamika Martin is on a mission to overhaul the category, with natural ingredients, gentler formulations and a focus on erasing the guilt and shame so often associated with breakouts.
A shopper's-first primer on the promising world of on-demand manufacturing.
The multi-tasking advocacy organization and retailer launched in 2018 with the mission to make healing resources more inclusive for all.
Founder Nadine Joseph was working in a research lab before ancient healing herbs and mushroom changed her life.
Can the humble consignment store replicate its famously intimate in-person shopping experience online? That's the plan.
New alternatives to department stores offer brands more control.
"Fashion has proven to know how to get out of even more disastrous moments. We just need a little courage," says Polimoda Director and branding expert Danilo Venturi.
A new wave of accelerator programs is stepping up to solve some of the industry's biggest, most destructive pain points.
Madison Reed CEO and Founder Amy Errett on running a business that's thriving, despite (and because of) the pandemic.
The pros and cons of having a famous or outspoken face at the helm.
"Today, more than ever, shoppers understand that how and where they spend their dollars can drive real economic impact," says Geenie founder Chana Ginelle Ewing.
"We want to be a brand that helps to redefine what 'aspirational' means for textured hair, and that includes normalizing certain styles of hair and building up all kinds of textures of hair as aspirational."
If it feels like calming earth tones are everywhere, that's because they are. And there's a reason for it.
Kayla Sade Famurewa of Almost On Time may have never been to fashion school, but she's quickly proving herself a name to know.
The cosmetics conglomerate will acquire a 20% stake in the KKW Beauty business and help it expand into new categories.
"A lot of people in fashion don't understand that you can't easily gift a rug or table. It doesn't work the same as it does for a dress or a pair of shoes."
"I'm going to tell my whole damn industry to pull up."