The Hearst digital director will oversee content for both Glossier and Into the Gloss.
A new venture from the *other* founder of Into the Gloss and an Estée Lauder veteran makes its debut on Friday.
Plus, a new generation of sheer matte lipsticks is dropping on Wednesday.
A souped-up, millennial pink version, of course.
"Getting people to think a bit differently about beauty is very important to me."
The cool-girl beauty brand is officially going international.
Plus, Amazon launches a try-before-you-buy feature.
The beauty retailer is also set to launch in two new product categories.
Plus, Levi's designs a special collection to benefit the Harvey Milk Foundation.
"Unless you are totally obsessed with what you're doing, it's hard to wake up at [5 o'clock] in the morning."
They pretty much see it all, so we'd listen up.
With gigs at 'WWD,' 'Elle' and 'Into the Gloss' under his belt, Nick Axelrod knows the business of editorial. Here, he tells us how he got there and what's next.
And Glossier adds two face masks to its line of skin care.
Your favorite beauty site has officially entered the product biz.
Footage of wolves shot on a Super 8 because why not.
All your fashion news from this week, coming right up.
The beauty site is down two founders but up one COO.
Pro tip: Don't pair them with a bold lip.
Late last week, Editorialist—an eight-month-old online magazine with a focus on luxury accessories—raised $2 million in funding from a group of undisclosed private investors. And just a couple of days before that, Refinery29 raised a whopping $20 million. A few weeks before that, Into the Gloss, Emily Weiss' fast-growing beauty site, raised $2 million. But why?
To survive in this business, you've got to have more than talent. You've got to be shrewd, savvy, determined—and a crazy-hard worker.