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Fair and unlovely: India confronts dark-skin bias

Fair and unlovely: India confronts dark-skin bias

An Indian student is leading a campaign against whitening creams as global anti-racism protests highlight the obsession with fair complexions for many in Asia.
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Beauty manufacturer InnovaDerma warns on profits

Beauty manufacturer InnovaDerma warns on profits

Shares in InnovaDerma fell by as much as 22% on Friday morning as investors reacted to news of a “much-reduced” profit for the year to 30 June.
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UK reopening: beauty salons start comeback but some are excluded

UK reopening: beauty salons start comeback but some are excluded

In a further easing of lockdown restrictions, England is allowing beauty salons, nail bars, spas and gyms to reopen starting from Monday, although some key businesses have been left off the list.
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John lewis, M&S score highly for customer satisfaction, Debenhams drops

John lewis, M&S score highly for customer satisfaction, Debenhams drops

The latest UK Customer Satisfaction Index (UKCSI) has seen John Lewis holding on to the top spot it won in January, but a big change elsewhere with Debenhams exiting the top 10.
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Online marketplace OnBuy to launch globally following £5m investment

Online marketplace OnBuy to launch globally following £5m investment

Some 140 new territories, including the US, Germany, France, Spain and the UAE, are in the expansion programme of the e-tail startup, which aims to rival Amazon with a “fairer and more transparent platform”.
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Frasers Group withholds rents until trading returns to normal - report

Frasers Group withholds rents until trading returns to normal - report

Frasers Group has reportedly thrown down the gauntlet to its landlords and said that it won't pay its rent bills until it’s “fully able to freely trade as a business” again. 
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John Lewis to axe Bullring store and seven more, talks of e-tail acceleration

John Lewis to axe Bullring store and seven more, talks of e-tail acceleration

The John Lewis Partnership has revealed which of its department stores are set to close permanently following a review of its branches and said on Thursday that eight locations won’t reopen.
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UK's June e-tail rises, sees beauty surge, but fashion misses out

UK's June e-tail rises, sees beauty surge, but fashion misses out

The UK’s online retail sales continued to soar during June, even though non-essential physical shops began to reopen in the middle of the month. 
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UK footfall edged higher each week in June

UK footfall edged higher each week in June

The latest footfall figures from Ipsos Retail Performance show that shoppers have been approaching the high street with caution as stores reopen.
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UK neglects retail in latest crisis cash handout

UK neglects retail in latest crisis cash handout

There were no special giveaways for the retail sector in the UK government's latest spending drive on Wednesday, although some measures to boost jobs could help the sector and others could benefit it indirectly.
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Rich consumers globally question reliance on luxury - Altiant study

Rich consumers globally question reliance on luxury - Altiant study

Global affluent consumers are beginning to question their consumption of luxury goods in the wake of the coronavirus crisis, but the Chinese are still very pro-luxury, even though they're demanding sustainability too.
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Bazaarvoice buys Curalate to boost growing social commerce trend

Bazaarvoice buys Curalate to boost growing social commerce trend

Bazaarvoice has acquired social commerce solution Curalate to "create a powerful offering to lead the growing visual commerce trend, where consumers increasingly buy based on user-generated visual content”. 
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Unilever marketing chief calls for social media talks, not boycotts

Unilever marketing chief calls for social media talks, not boycotts

Unilever has joined the group of brands choosing not to advertise on Facebook for a period of time, but its marketing VP Aline Santos said the decision was not directly related to the ‘Stop Hate for Profit’ campaign.
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Azzaro unveils first creations by Olivier Theyskens

Azzaro unveils first creations by Olivier Theyskens

Theyskens was named creative director of the Parisian luxury house in February, and started working during France’s lockdown period. On Monday, he presented a collection highlighting Azzaro’s atelier work and heritage.
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Half of Britons wary of indoor shopping centres - survey

Half of Britons wary of indoor shopping centres - survey

With most shopping destinations now open in the UK, a new study shows that around half of Britons are still not sure that they want to go into covered shopping malls at present.
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Nivea-maker Beiersdorf sales fell 10.7% in first half

Nivea-maker Beiersdorf sales fell 10.7% in first half

Nivea-maker Beiersdorf said on Monday it had seen a 10.7% fall in first-half sales as both its consumer business and adhesives unit were hard hit by the coronavirus pandemic. 
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