ByteDance plans to launch perfume brand “Emotif,” attempting to make a foray into China's new consumer brands, 36Kr reported today citing people familiar with the matter. The brand aims to let people express their true selves and emotions through the fragrance. @BytedanceTalk
The shelves of Asia's beauty aisles are still stuffed with whitening products a year since #BlackLivesMatter sparked a purging of brands with racist overtones. Founder of the "Dark is Beautiful" campaign @KavithaEmmanuel says that needs to change
Xiaohongshu has recently launched the "Trendy Digital Era" plan by inviting over 20 virtual celebrities, including IMMA, ALiCE and AYAYI, to register on the Alibaba-backed lifestyle platform and to put on new products from Off-White, GUCCI, Givenchy and other brands.
i never tweet about how brands let me down but like it's mindblowing that wingstop, a $5.5B quick service restaurant, still does not allow you to select which kind of drink you want when you order online
It wasn't simply that they violated the Hatch Act. It's that they did it so brazenly, in our faces, on TV, in the most arrogant way possible. On purpose. To prove their power is bigger than mere law. A powerful symbol of what is to come.