Is Drop Retail the Next Step in the Digital Transformation of Beauty Brands?
Alexander Wei | July 06, 2020
The launch of MAC Underground shows that beauty brands are getting serious about building exclusive channels and communities for product drops. How will this streetwear-originated retail tactic influence their digital strategies?
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