Women Who are Transforming the Beauty Industry with Their Organic Products

It is ironic how society expects women to look beautiful and stay fashionable but discourages them when they start a business around the same themes. But this is just one among the many barricades women have bulldozed their way through to make a mark in the industry.

India’s cosmetic industry has been on a high growth curve and is expected to cross $20 billion by 2025. Only three years ago it was valued at $6.5 billion. With more and more women joining the workforce, the spending capacity of the country’s women has also been on the rise. This has enabled and encouraged more young women to buy beauty products, creating a burgeoning market for entrepreneurs to cater to the demand.

Here are five such female entrepreneurs who have disrupted the beauty industry with not just their organic products but also with their exceptional leadership. Let’s celebrate these trailblazing women who

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Kohl’s (KSS) Opens New Fulfillment Centre to Boost E-commerce

Rising digital dependency has amplified online shopping trends, urging retailers such as Kohl’s Corporation KSS to continue strengthening their e-commerce capabilities.  Progressing along such lines, the company opened its sixth e-commerce fulfillment centre in Etna, OH. This is likely to help the company in meeting the online demand for its products more efficiently and thereby accelerate digital sales. Let’s look closer into this latest development.

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Strengthening Online Capabilities Looks Prudent

Kohl’s began the construction of the 1.2 million square-foot facility in Ohio in 2019. The construction work was temporarily halted in 2020 due to the pandemic, though it was resumed in 2021. This new facility is the company’s largest and the most efficient e-commerce fulfillment centre. The facility will be engaged in processing, filling and shipping orders from Kohls.com. This next-generation facility makes use of automation and advanced technologies for processing orders faster. The state-of-the-art technology makes this

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Why Finding A Good Pair Of Jeans Is A “Nightmare” For Plus-Size Women

Shopping for plus-size jeans that fit, are comfortable, and will last past a handful of wears is as difficult as scoring low-price vintage in extended sizes or buying boots that fit over wider calves. Like many areas of the plus-size fashion market, many brands haven’t quite figured out what it takes to make a good pair of jeans for women who wear a size 16 and up. “I’ve been plus-sized my entire life, and shopping for jeans has always been a nightmare for me,” says Meghan Germek, who works in social services in Alabama. On Twitter, questions about plus-size jeans run the gamut, from “Can we please start reinforcing the thighs of plus-size jeans?” to “Why do all plus-size jeans, no matter what brand, have that damn waist gap?” Others on the platform complain

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In Paris, Fashion Is Ready for Reinvention | BoF Professional, Opinion

Fashion is alive and kicking. Sales may still be struggling, especially in Europe, but the regenerative powers of fashion were on display at the Paris men’s fashion week which closed on Sunday. Despite being digital, it was an energising season — uplifting, in particular, because designers were not stuck in the mud of pandemic thinking, pandemic dressing. On the contrary, they took aim at the status quo and went boom. Save for a few decadent and melancholic outings, Paris skilfully ditched the dress-for-home mindset. No pyjamas, no robes as outerwear. The offerings, instead, were about fashion with a capital F, bold and unapologetic.

“Saying we will all be on the sofa six months from now would be a massive defeat — and honestly quite a bad, lazy idea,” said Jonathan Anderson at the beginning of the week, reflecting on the fashion-as-fun message — complete with primitive, Flintstones-hued furs and

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