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25 Feb

Artemis Patrick Named President of Sephora North America

Sephora North America is succession planning. Artemis Patrick has been named president of the retailer, effective Oct. 2, taking up the title from Jean-André Rougeot, the present president and chief executive officer, who has revealed he'll retire next April. At the moment, Patrick, who's currently Sephora’s global chief merchandising officer, will succeed him as CEO of Sephora North America. She shall be the primary woman to guide the LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton-owned retailer, which is the biggest prestige beauty player within the U.S. In her recent role, Patrick will report back to Guillaume Motte, president and CEO of Sephora’s global business. Priya Venkatesh, currently senior vp of world merchandising, will step into the worldwide chief merchant role on Oct. 2, joining Sephora’s...
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25 Feb

Confidence Secrets From 4 Women Pushing Back Against Beauty

Shutterstock / Prostock-studio. Beauty standards are engraved into girls from a young age. Our Barbies and dolls come perfectly packaged with their hair, makeup, and nails already done. Most of us played with those toys as we watched our moms get dolled up for the day. Beauty seems fun and playful until we evolve into teenagers. Then, a lot of us feel the pressure to evolve to trends and alter our hair and makeup. The parts of ourselves we once deemed “just wonderful” have turn out to be our biggest insecurities. Our bodies, skin, and hair begin to alter while comparison sets in. This, at times, creates a divide between women, mainly because we feel like we’re not “adequate” to be her...
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25 Feb

Most of us won’t ever feel confident with our

A recent survey of two,000 people carried out by OnePoll on behalf of the Fashion Retail Academy, sadly shows that the majority Brits never come to terms with their body image. 57 per cent admit they’ve never reached the purpose of body confidence and 29 per cent said don’t feel confident when searching for clothes.  “Living within the digital age, wherein the airbrush is used somewhat too liberally, it is simple to see why people feel self-conscious about their body image. Consumers are being continuously bombarded with unrealistic images of the human form,” says Lee Lucas, principal and CEO of the Fashion Retail Academy. The outcomes also show that on average, men are more confident than women with their body image, nonetheless,...
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25 Feb

Can Aging be Reversible?

Would you ought to know your body’s real age? That was the query David Andrew Sinclair — known for his research on aging and epigenetics — posed on X, formerly often known as Twitter. A outstanding biologist and academic, and professor of genetics at Harvard Medical School, his work centers on why we age and the best way to slow its effects. “We had an awesome response,” says Melanie Goldey, chief executive officer of Tally Health, the biotechnology company Sinclair cofounded with entrepreneur Whitney Casey. Together they’ve built a model to present people insights into their biological health and aging meant to permit wellbeing optimization. “We didn’t even have enough kits, because we didn’t expect that,” Goldey continues. “So we sent out...
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