January 8, 2018

As the fulfillment partner of choice for some of the world’s finest beauty brands, we’re always proud to add a prestigious new name to our client base. Our latest launch with fast-growing cosmetics company Glossier is no exception.

Capacity is thrilled to bring fans of this rising brand the best in modern beauty products. Glossier’s rapid growth requires very specific fulfillment solutions. The client team here is excited to get to work, having the brand benefit from our bespoke order presentation and the latest pick-to-light/put-to-light fulfillment solutions. Continue reading Capacity Launches With New Client Glossier

December 21, 2017

Two years ago Wander Beauty launched its first product on QVC, a two-sided stick combining Blush and Illuminator that fans still rave about. Today, the company boasts 17 SKUs and a global beauty brand renowned for multipurpose products. 

Recent numbers from Women’s Wear Daily put retail sales on track to pass $15 million in 2017, more than double the figure Wander achieved the previous year.  The company is also reported to have raised more than $4 million in its latest round of VC funding, which is expected to drive further international expansion.

It’s a rapid ascent for a brand that began as an everyday salon conversation between two women bonding over their mutual passion for travel and beauty products.  Continue reading Wander Beauty Secures Investment for the Essentials

December 7, 2017

Be careful what you wish for… Black Friday can leave you black and blue.
After a Black Friday/Cyber Monday combination that saw record sales and a surge in online ordering, package carriers are once again struggling to keep up. This week UPS confirmed that some deliveries are delayed, with Shipmatrix research estimating an 89% on-time rate for UPS Express package delivery. In contrast, Shipmatrix pegged Brown’s nemesis FedEx at 94%. Continue reading UPS Delivery Delays Start the Holidays Off Unconvincingly

November 14, 2017

High-class brands should stay focused on their online presence, according to new research, as luxury brand e-commerce gets bumped up to business class in 2017. 

For a sector that has been relatively slow to adjust to the rapid onset of digital selling, the challenge of keeping pace with a new set of consumer expectations is not something that can be overstated.
Continue reading IR Research Points to a Surge in Luxury Brand E-commerce