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Clean beauty or tweakment in the beauty industry

Creating Tomorrow: clean beauty, tweakment, or both?

We fill our bathroom shelves with vegan, 'clean' beauty products, but think nothing of expensive 'tweakments' after work – how consumers are polarising the beauty industry.

Retail Futures: Browns Fashion heads to Berlin

Browns Fashion continues to double down on its retail efforts with the third iteration of Browns Nomad opening in Berlin. WGSN's Alice Gividen reports

WGSN + Coloro: Key Colours A/W 21/22

Colour has never been more important in design than now. In a period of peak information and diminishing attention spans, it is your best …

Creating Tomorrow: the future of money – what does it mean for you?

The future of money, and why it matters to you, no matter what industry you work in.

The stylish nomadic renter: Millennials and Gen-Z

Being born and raised in a globalised, hyper-connected world where borders do not seem to be a barrier, Millennials as well as Gen-Zers are assembling and disassembling their desired home interiors wherever they find themselves, regardless of whether they are owner.

Worm food T-shirt from Vollebak

Creating Tomorrow: get onboard with sustainable travel choices

Nudge or seismic shove, even the travel industry is waking up to more sustainable choices.

Highlights from the wonderful world of Tim Walker’s new V&A exhibition

Wonderful Things, the latest exhibition at London’s V&A museum, offers an immersive look at the fantastical work of British photographer Tim Walker, and includes …

How to avoid brand blunders in China

International brands in China run a real risk of cultural missteps, and the ramifications can be severe. Athena Chen, WGSN’s Senior Editor for Asia …

Why sustainability within fashion is crucial for brands

As consumer awareness around the climate crisis and fashion’s heavy impact on it increases, sustainability is a key word on everyone’s lips. It’s crucial …

Six NYFW shows that brought the catwalk to the public

Alexandria Best reports from New York Fashion Week, where designers included the public in their shows in new ways, marking a departure from the …

Hong Kong protests: business is not as usual

The city-wide unrest has hit retailers and tourist-dependent businesses hard, as mass rallies and clashes between police have taken place in the city’s main retail and tourism areas on weekends.