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H&M Is In Trouble

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The very well known Retailer H&M is facing a real crisis in the United States and Canada after its latest winter campaign. The Retailer was criticized for racism and mocking black people.  The Retailer featured a little black boy with a hoodie wrote on it “Coolest Monkey in the Jungle” and on the other side featured a white little boy with another hoodie with “mangrove jungle survival expert”.

The Swedish brand faced a crisis on social media all over the world, describing the campaign as racist, inappropriate, negligent, and disgusting. The criticism and attack were supported by the Canadian pop star “The Weekend” who has a line under his name with H&M. He claimed that he will stop working with the retailer.

H&M spokesperson apologized and agreed that people are rightfully upset, and stated that it was unintentional. They removed the picture from the website and all the Retailer channels. On the other hand, the tweets never stopped carrying accusations demanding boycotting the brand.

H&M sales report for the first quarter of the year showed a decline in the sales matrix.  We really wonder how would H&M pass this crisis? And will they regain their affected reputation or not ?!!!

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Saudi Model Roz Is the New Face of Guess’ Autumn Campaign

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Guess has launched its new autumn collection earlier this month with the Saudi Model Roz as the front of the ad campaign who represented the brand’s newest handbags, eyewear, watches and footwear collection.

The shots were taken in Los Angeles by renowned photographers Claudia and Ralf Pulmanns. 

In an Instagram post last week, the Saudi influencer wrote, “six years ago I decided to pursue my dream to become a model. I knew it was going to be a big challenege and that I had to do everything on my own. I wasn’t scared of the noise from people or society, however I was scared to fail.”

Determined and fearless, the model has been proving herself in so many way and this wasn’t even her favorite time to pose for Guess, as she was also the face of their Ramadan collection that launched back in May and showcased Roz in an elegant and modest dresses suitable for Middle Eastern women.

 

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Saudi Model Stars in Victoria’s Secret Campaign

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Saudi influencer and model Roz (short for Rozana) is the first female from the Kingdom to pose for a Victoria’s Secret campaign.

The fashion model shared a video on her Instagram official account earlier this week, showing her in a sportswear from Victoria’s Secret’s Pink line.

The 27-year-old Saudi model was born in Riyadh and moved to the US to study interior design but then discovered her passion for beauty and fashion, after taking part in a number of fashion shows. The model is now currently based in LA.

She has previously cooperated with international beauty brands such as Maybelline alongside Gigi Hadid, the duo then partnered up for Gigi’s bold makeup line.

The model is a rising social media influencer with over 10 millions followers, she is also an ambassador for several fashion bands such as Guess and Dolce & Gabana. 

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This Beauty App Allows You To Virtually Try Make-Up On Before Purchasing

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Golden Scent a Saudi beauty e-commerce site is taking online shopping to the next level through the introduction of a virtual try-on feature, which enables customers to try the make-up on before purchasing without having to physically do so.

This new shopping experience is the first augmented reality (AR) of its kind in the entire region, and it hopes to revolutionize the way of viewing products in real life.

“We are thrilled to introduce the Virtual Try-On feature within our Golden Scent app,” Malik Al Shehab, Founder and CEO of Golden Scent said. “We are confident that the beauty customer will enjoy, engage and appreciate a more immersive experience.”

According the brand, this new feature had already succeeded in increasing the sales. Not only this, but it also wins big in the sustainability department seeing that it is contributing in reducing plastic from the unwanted and returned items.

It will also help cut down unnecessary carbon emissions from delivering the products that end up getting returned.

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