The San Francisco-based skincare brand announced this Tuesday that it has signed an MoU with the South Korean vegetable research and development company to investigate new ingredients for personal care products.
Amazon paid about $90 million (£64.92 million) to acquire the maker of Blink home security cameras late last year, in a secret bet on the startup's energy-efficient chips to power Amazon home shopper devices.
Maybelline has launched an official New York Fashion Week augmented reality beauty experience with YouCam that allows customers the chance to try on and purchase three key beauty looks direct from the runway.
The New York-based cosmetics company has created an online augmented reality try-on service for its CoverGirl brand, allowing consumers to experiment with full makeup looks without having to download an app.
Epson has launched a new destination microsite for digital fabric printing for fashion designers. The new site was launched at Epson's Digital Couture Project and introduces designers to printers and new methods.
You might love nothing more than browsing the beauty aisles for a quick pick-me-up, but do you open the "tester" tubes? If the answer is a resounding "no," you're not alone, as beauty consumers move to virtual platforms.
The New York-based company has launched Souler, a new website bringing influencers and brands together to promote and sell products, powered by the technology behind its existing dropshipping platform.
Perry Ellis International (PEI) is launching Pitch to Pery, an angel investor-backed program designed to source the next innovative startup that will revolutionize the fashion, e-commerce and retail industries.
The Japanese designer presented a rather avant-garde collection for Haute Couture in Paris, in which certain pieces were available to buy after the show, ready to be custom-made in a showroom using new technologies.
After missing the critical holiday shopping season, Apple Inc has jumped into the voice speaker wars with the HomePod smart speaker, a device that will compete against offerings from Amazon.com and Google.