Awarded Aurora James by the Footwear Information Achievement Awards, the way in which retail enterprise is altering with the pandemic

Also, Alo Yoga brings beauty to the market.

These are the stories that hit fashion headlines on Tuesday.

Aurora James snaps Footwear News Achievement Award
Aurora James is named “Person of the Year” at the annual Footwear News Achievement Awards for her remarkable 15 percent promise. The virtual ceremony will take place on Tuesday evening and will include a conversation between the designer at Brother Vellies and Kerby Jean-Raymond about how they are working to make real change in the industry. {Fashionista inbox}

The nature of retail work is changing with the pandemic
The total number of retail jobs is falling with pandemic store closures and changing consumer preferences. And those who still work in stores are taking on new roles, such as shop-to-car pickup at the roadside. Evan Clark delves deeper into the changing workforce of fashion in a new article for WWD. {WWD}

Alo Yoga brings beauty to the market
Alo Yoga enters the beauty and wellness area with its new Alo Glow System, a set of charged, botanical-based self-care products. The collection is priced from $ 24 for the Mega-C Body Wash to $ 88 for a Radiance Serum. All products can be purchased exclusively on the brand’s website and in Alo stores. {Fashionista inbox}

David Thielebeule appointed editor-in-chief of Grazia US
David Thielebeule has been named editor-in-chief and chief creative officer of the US edition of Grazia, according to an official press release released on Tuesday. Thielebeule was most recently Style Director at WSJ. Magazine in which he headed women’s and men’s style reporting for both the print and digital editions for eight years. Previously, he held positions at Allure, Harper’s Bazaar and GQ. {Fashionista inbox}

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