Retail Roundup—Sephora offering spa facials; Dollar Shave Club hires Target, Nike executives

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Sephora is now offering spa-level facials in store. (Business Wire)

Dollar Shave Club hires Target, Nike execs

Dollar Shave Club announced the appointment of Alan Wizemann, previously of Target, as its new chief digital officer and Danny Miles, previously of Nike, as its CTO, to bolster technology. In addition, Gloria Synn, from Nordstrom, will serve as VP of member strategy and David Kujda, from HomeAway, will serve as VP of experience design. (PR Newswire)

Sephora offering in-store spa facials

Always looking to engage in-store consumers, Sephora announced a partnership with The HydraFacial Company to offer the PERK Hydrating Facial. It's the first time the stores will offer spa-grade treatment, powered by Sephora associates, as part of a 30-minute skincare consultation. (Business Wire)

Nike names new VP, GM of global

Nike named Amy Montagne as the new VP, GM of global categories. A 13-year Nike veteran, Montagne has held several positions, most recently as VP, GM of the global Nike women's category. (Business Wire)

Rue21 partners with First Insight to quickly test new products

Rue21 is now using First Insight's consumer-driven predictive analytics to make design and buying decisions on apparel, footwear and accessories. First Insight will enable the fast-fashion retailer to test a range of new products within 24 to 48 hours. (Business Wire)

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