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Coty’s Steve Mormoris with Beyoncé.

Grammy award-winning icon Beyoncé celebrated with her husband Jay-Z, her sister Solange, -Continued on Page 230

ESTÉE LAUDER MAKES KEY CHANGES

The Estée Lauder Companies announced that its Aramis and Designer Fragrances Division (ADF)

The American Cancer Society and the Personal Care Products Council raised $2.1 million for the Look Good…Feel Better (LGFB) organization at the 27 th annual DreamBall in New York City on September 22. The DreamBall, founded by Beauty Fa s h i o n ’s ch a i r m a n Jo h n L e d e s , honored Linda Wells, editor in chief of Allure, and Jonathan Zrihen, president and CEO of Clarins Groupe North America for their outstanding efforts in extending the reach and message of LGFB.

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-Continued on Page 230 Andrea Jung, chairman and CEO of

Avon Products, Inc., has been recognized by Fortune as one of the 50 Most Powerful Women In Business since its inception, and was the featured speaker at the Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW) Newsmaker Forum on September 21 in New York City. This year mark’s Avon’s 125th anniversary, Allure’s Linda Wells and Agnes Chapski and to celebrate this milestone, Ms. Jung with Bob Sauerberg of Condé Nast. traveled to every continent and has To celebrate their 15 th annual visited 60 cities throughout the past Best of Beauty issue, Allure’s year to reach out and touch 125,000 of beauty team gathered with -Continued on Page 227

LUXE PACK MONACO

Luxe Pack Monaco, which will be held on October 19 to 21 at the Grimaldi Forum, will showcase -Continued on Page 230

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Art & Fragrance’s Silvio Denz and Claudio Denz.

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DREAMBALL RAISES OVER $2 MILLION FOR LGFB

ALLURE CELEBRATES 2011 BEST OF BEAUTY

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Chrysallis’ Jill Scalamandre, Avon’s Andrea Jung and CEW’s Carlotta Jacobson.

their 6.5 million representatives. Avon introduces 1,000 new products a year, four lipsticks are sold every second, and since 1955, the Avon Foundation has raised $800 million. -Continued on Page 220

Clarins’ Jonathan Zrihen and Linda Wells of Allure.

“I am deeply honored to be part of this meaningful, powerful cause,” said Wells. -Continued on Page 214

NYC FASHION WEEK S/S 2012 Maybelline New York just participated in their fifth season as the official makeup sponsor of MercedesBenz Fashion Week in New York City. C h a r l o t t e Wi l l e r , global makeup artist for Maybelline New Yo r k , w o r k e d with her team and a noteworthy roster of designers to create unique runway looks at 10 shows. At the BCBGMAXAZRIA show on September 9, Willer and her team created a look inspired by a woman who just stepped out of the shower after a long, healthy workout. To create radiant skin, the makeup artists used Fitme! Foundation, Fitme! Powder and Fitme! Blush in Medium Coral and Deep Plum. For a natural, glowy effect, Baby Lips Lip Balm in Quenched was added to the lips and the eyelids. -Continued on Page 228

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PCPC’s Lezlee Westine and Louanne Roark (2nd r.) with Jonathan Zrihen, Linda Wells and American Cancer Society’s Don Distasio.

Condé Nast’s Lucille Duran with LVMH’s Pamela Baxter and Terry Darland (r.) and Art Spiro of Elizabeth Arden.

DreamGirl Shannon Miller and Dan Brestle of PCPC.

Bloomingdale’s Michael Gould and The Estée Lauder Companies’ William Lauder with Linda Wells.

Elizabeth Arden’s Ron Rolleston and Jerry Vittoria of Firmenich.

IFF’s Mehdi Lisi and Yves Cassar (r.) with Ralph Lauren Fragrances’ Guillaume de Lesquen and Trudi Loren of The Estée Lauder Companies.

“I have so much respect for LGFB, and after attending one of the organization’s workshops, I could see that the women felt truly more beautiful and more alive. It was the best before and after I’ve ever witnessed.” Zrihen, whose mother and stepmother are both currently battling cancer, was touched at his being honored for a cause that he is so utterly passionate about. “No other industry is better trained to make women feel more beautiful,” said Zrihen. “It is a concept at our

Ahava’s Elana Drell Szyfer with Thia Breen and Carol Russo of The Estée Lauder Companies.

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very core, and I feel deeply honored to be part of such a strong initiative. In the words of Jacques Courtin-Clarins, also our company motto, “Do More. Do Better. And enjoy doing so.” This year’s DreamGirl, Shannon Miller, is the most decorated American gymnast in history, and in December 2010 her physician discovered a cyst, a form of ovarian cancer. Once it was surgically removed,

Givaudan’s Rose Eckert and Yara Karmiloff (r.) with Teri Siegel and Ruth Sutcliffe of Coty.

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Linda Wells and host Giada De Laurentiis.

Shiseido’s Yumiko Nishikawa and Gisela Ballard.

P&G’s Walter Geiger, Charlene Patten and Patrice Louvet.

Fiampack’s Don Langlois with Andy Clarke of Inter Parfums.

doctors recommended chemotherapy as the best option to eliminate the cancer for good, and her first round of nine treatments began in March 2011. “I saw my hair loss as a sign of my sickness, and my biggest fear was that my son would be frightened by me,” said Miller, holding back tears. “These workshops are about transforming signs of sickness into signs of life. These workshops remind you that you are

Lancôme’s Serge Jureidini with Firmenich’s Honorine Blanc and Theo Spilka and Connie Anne Phillips of InStyle.

Fusion Brands’ Caroline Pieper-Vogt with Jean Hoehn Zimmerman of Oscar de la Renta.

Sephora’s Allison Slater and Dior’s Amanda Baldwin.

a person, and a survivor.” Pamela Baxter, DreamBall chairman and president/ CEO of LVMH Perfumes & Cosmetics, North America said that with the evening’s donations from the cosmetic industry, the event’s 22-year total now exceeds $37 million, which will help LGFB improve the quality of life, confidence and hope of women throughout the world who are struggling with cancer.

Firmenich’s Harry Fremont and Westly Morris (r.) with Fusion Brands’ Annie Bystryn and Leslie Oglesey of Coty Prestige.

Clarins’ Jonathan Zrihen with his wife Laetitia.

Elizabeth Arden’s Laurie Dowley and Laurie Black of Nordstrom.

CFG/IP’s Scott Spicer and Debbie Valvo with Clarins Fragrance Group’s Jill Liebmann and Clarins’ Scott Raven.

P&G Prestige’s Michaela Ratti and Don Loftus.

Lord & Taylor’s Lauren Levin and Barbara Zinn-Moore with Vogue’s Toria Garrett.

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Mane’s Tony Cannone and Jim Krivda (r.) with Fresh’s Doreen Hodel and Maria Corbiscello of Studio MC².

Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos with Allure’s Agnes Chapski and Linda Wells.

L’Oréal USA’s Kelly Thompson and Carol Hamilton with Didi Gluck of Real Simple.

OMD’s Alan Cohen with George Cleary and Rick Goldberg of Coty.

Allure’s Doug Zimmerman and Cosmopolitan’s Leah Wyar with Mike Indursky of Bliss.

Givaudan’s Irena Burlakova, Kathleen Cameron and Cathy Torelli (r.) with Ruth Sutcliffe.

Avon’s Isabel Lopes and Eileen Higgins with Lorenzo Cavallaro and Julie Pruett of IFF.

Elysée Scientific Cosmetics’ Linda Marshall with Christine Wessel and John Mastrocola of Takasago.

EC Scott Group’s Tim Greene and Julie Freeman with Sarah McNamara of Sarah McNamara Beauty New York (c.).

P&G’s Nick Hotham, Kelly Vanasse, Gina Drosos and Brent Miller.

Allure’s Agnes Chapski and Michelle Thorpe with Connie Anne Phillips and People’s Karen Kovacs.

Frederick Anderson and beautyfeed.com’s Bayly Ledes with Douglas Hannant.

SGD’s Peter Acerra with his wife Adela.

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Shape’s Ellen Miller and Holly Siegel of Glamour.

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Elizabeth Arden’s Scott Beattie with his wife Melissa.

Lezlee Westine with Avon’s Dominick Correale and Debbie Coffey.

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Elle’s Anna Araman and Chris Payne of Clarisonic.

Elizabeth Arden’s Peter Meagher and Lori Minucci of Macy’s.

Bloomingdale’s George Konnari and Dana Kline of Fusion Brands.

Maybelline New York’s Steven Waldberg and Kiva Silberfeld.

Elizabeth Arden’s Francine Gingras and Joel Ronkin (r.) with Lezlee Westine.

Macy’s Linda Levy with Alyzza Ozer and Samantha Ozer of American Cancer Society.

La Prairie’s Rachel Lavitour, Denise Yarcheski and Alicja Wojczyk.

Condé Nast’s Maria Marino with Mike Indursky and Elizabeth Rose.

LVMH’s Lisa Hawkins and Jean Marc Plisson with Ann Strodahl of Neiman Marcus.

Clarins’ Tanya Pushkine, Maria Dempsey, Melissa Barrett and Marc Rosenblum.

Lucky’s Jean Godfrey June with Gina Drosos and Vanity Fair’s SunHee Grinnell.

BPI’s Barbara Luisi and Kory Marchisotto (r.) with Shiseido’s Rita Mangan and NARS’ Louis Desazars.

PCPC’s John Hurson and Chanel’s Christine Dagousset with Kimberly Jean-Pierre.

Sarah McNamara with Beauty Fashion’s George Ledes and Wendy Chang of Dermaceutical Labs.

Arcade Marketing’s Marine Ravera and Diane Crecca with Nancy Tomei of Clarins.

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Gurwitch Products’ Claudia Poccia with Andrea Jung.

Arcade Marketing’s Debra Leipman-Yale and Diane Crecca (r.) with Firmenich’s Jerry Vittoria.

Avon’s Kelly Harte, Tracy Haffner and Joe Billone.

Givaudan’s Cos Policastro and Alison Chaneski with Avon’s Eileen Higgins.

LVMH’s Pamela Baxter with IFF’s Christophe de Villeplée and Fusion Brands’ Dana Kline.

Rodale’s Mary Murcko, Sonia Kashuk and Firmenich’s Joy Atkinson.

Jill Scalamandre, CMO of Chrysallis, was the evening’s moderator, and she asked Ms. Jung how the company balances women, financial independence and beauty products. “Avon is the largest economic engine of women in the world. It is about the millions of women who support our brand,” said Jung. “The reason we are the largest direct selling company and the largest beauty brand sold through direct sales is because we are selling economic

independence to women. Our founding category was fragrance, but our founder had the vision to empower women 34 years before they could vote. If you fast forward 125 years later…the vehicle is women’s economic empowerment, and the fuel is the beauty products that they sell.” Ms. Jung also touched on the topic of social media and the rapid changes to the industry due to technological advances. -Continued on Page 222

Avon’s Ginny Pati with Ron Robinson of beautystat.com.

Elizabeth Arden’s Kathy Widmer and Francine Gingras.

Fusion Brands’ Caroline Pieper-Vogt, Claudia Lucas of QVC and Laura Geller of Laura Geller Beauty Ingenuity.

mark.’s Pamelia Lall, Dismary Anton and Gail Boyé.

Robertet’s Jerome Épinette and Pierre Wulff (r.) with Clear Strategy’s Claire Steichen.

Avon’s Tracy Haffner and CEW’s Lisa Klein.

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Gurwitch Products’ Kim Waite, Ellen Greenwald and Danielle Milata.

Sage Collective’s Diane Silberstein with Jean Hoehn Zimmerman of Oscar de la Renta.

Albea’s Elizabeth Forsyth, Avon’s Daniel Kline, Clinique’s Ukachi Anonyuo, Schwan Cosmetics’ Thomas Krasser and Monica Estrada of Vitro.

J&J’s Stefano Curti and Andre Taylor-Morris (r.) with Linda Marshall of Elysée Scientific Cosmetics.

“The big change in direct sell has been that high tech had to marry high touch. With the advent of the Internet, our reps all around the world now have e-tools,” said Jung. “The virtual Avon store has a PDF file of our brochure and it can be sent to all of the reps’ Facebook friends. Social media and Internet tools have helped us to stay modern, and we now have twenty Twitter feeds and two million followers. Avon’s store is refreshed every two weeks in

Avon’s Lily DeStefano with Diane Crecca.

Alison Chaneski with Prevention’s Laura Petasnick, Estée Lauder’s Thia Breen, Mary Murcko and Clinique’s Catherine Barber.

the U.S., and every three weeks around the world.” When asked by Ms. Scalamandre what she envisions next after Avon, Ms. Jung responded, “The whole platform of what we do for women and women’s empowerment has been amazing. I have had the seat to enforce the influence on some issues and on some challenges. I would hope that in my post-business life I will have the opportunity to keep doing that.”

Orlandi’s Mark Hardy with Ungerer’s Marcie Rose.

Firmenich’s Roman Poquet and Daria Holley (r.) with Avon’s Michele Martinez.

Avon’s Julie Tatarczuk and Tracy Haffner with Jerry Vittoria.

Avon’s Susan Arnot-Heaney and Nancy Glaser with Claudia Poccia (c.).

Avon’s Georgia Rizos and IFF’s Lorenzo Cavallero.

The Fashion Group International’s Margaret Hayes with Linda Marshall.

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September Scents Showcase September is a busy month for the beauty industry, especially if we are speaking in terms of the number of new launches hitting counters across the globe. With an increase in activity this year—and a small, but visible rise in sales—fragrance distributors are collaborating with more designers, and more celebrities than ever before. Also worth noting, are innovative trends in the areas of packaging and sustainability efforts. To see what is new, and which fragrance houses are behind each olfactive creation, we’ve created the list below.

ARAMIS & DESIGNER FRAGRANCES Sean John Empress

Michael Kors Gold

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan

Fragrance Supplier: Firmenich

PureDKNY Verbena

Donna Karan Cashmere Mist Whipped Perfume

Fragrance Supplier: IFF

Fragrance Supplier: IFF

BEAUTÉ PRESTIGE INTERNATIONAL Narciso Rodriguez for her in color

Narciso Rodriguez essence in color

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan

Fragrance Supplier: Firmenich

Jean Paul Gaultier Classique ‘Silver My Skin’ Fragrance Supplier: Firmenich

BOND NO. 9 I Love New York Collection Fragrance Supplier: IFF

CHANEL Jersey Fragrance Supplier: In-house

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COTY Celine Dion Signature

Beyoncé Pulse

Fragrance Supplier: Firmenich

Fragrance Supplier: IFF

Guess Homme

Guess I’m Yours

Fragrance Supplier: Firmenich

Fragrance Supplier: IFF

David Beckham Homme

Heidi Klum Shine

Fragrance Supplier: Firmenich

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan

COTY PRESTIGE Vera Wang Lovestruck

ck forbidden euphoria

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan

Fragrance Supplier: IFF

ck one shock for her

ck one shock for him

Fragrance Supplier: IFF

Fragrance Supplier: IFF

DIOR J’adore Eau de Toilette

Patchouli Imperial

Fragrance Supplier: In-house

Fragrance Supplier: In-house

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John Varvatos Star USA

Diane

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan

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September Scents Showcase NEW WAVE FRAGRANCES

PALM BEACH BEAUTÉ

BCBGMAXAZRIA

Judith Leiber Topaz

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan

Fragrance Supplier: Spenarome

TOM FORD BEAUTY

VICTORIA’S SECRET

Violet Blonde

Gorgeous

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan

Fragrance Supplier: Givaudan ■CW

BARE ESCENTUALS’ FIRST-EVER GLOBAL PLATFORM Bare Escentuals is launching its firstever global creative platform and marketing campaign this month, “Be a Force of Beauty,” which amplifies the brand’s core belief that beauty can change the world, both by inspiring creativity and activating women to put beauty into action. “Celebrating women isn’t new for us; it’s who we are and what we do. It’s always been more than a philosophy, it’s really our DNA,” said Leslie Blodgett, executive chairman of Bare Escentuals. “We have a responsibility to not just tell a singular story of beauty, but rather share in the collective spirit of women around the globe.” The first iteration of the campaign kicked off in North America this month, and will roll out to international markets in spring 2012, where each campaign will evolve from region to region. Supported by integrated marketing efforts, the creative will feature five women, 226

each personifying a “force of beauty” as identified during a blind casting held in late-summer—meant to highlight the symbolic relationship between confidence and beauty. “This is pretty revolutionary and unheard of for a beauty company,” said Blodgett. “Let’s be honest, there

was a high level of risk associated with this approach and I had no idea what to expect. What I discovered was how liberating it is to do the right thing and choose women based on their values, and not the way they look. We love women and their

stories and it reinforces everything we stand for, and frankly, I think the models were equally enamored with our approach.” The global campaign will be supported by television, print, digital and social marketing efforts throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia, and will be summarized by such taglines as, “Pretty is what you are. Beauty is what you do with it.” With a large scope for interpretation, the brand partnered with the photographer Rankin to inject soul into the print campaign, and director Gregory Maya to create 15 and 30 second television spots and webisodes. “‘Be a Force of Beauty’ really sums up our brand anthem and pays tribute to the legacy we’ve already established, and also carries us into the future as we continue to expand our global footprint,” said Simon Cowell, global CMO for Bare Escentuals. ■CW september 26, 2011

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industry insiders and guests in New York City on September 14 to recognize 236 winning products in 17 categories. “Our esteemed seal is the strongest endorsement in the beauty industry today,” said Agnes Chapski, vice president and publisher of Allure. “We hired Interbrand to determine the incremental value of

Linda Wells and Agnes Chapski with Leslie Blodgett of Bare Escentuals (c.).

the best of the best. They consulted cosmetic chemists, dermatologists, and hair and makeup artists to help separate the standouts from the substandard—the products that really solve problems, save money, or just make life easier. “I feel incredibly lucky and deeply grateful, as the Best of Beauty Awards started as just a story in the magazine—

Josie Maran Cosmetics’ Josie Maran with Mike Indursky of Bliss.

NEWPRODUCTS SHISEIDO Bio-Performance Advanced Super Revitalizing Cream Category: Skin care Launch: September 2011 Claims: Using the power of biotechnology, this cream restores the skin’s youthful appearance and prevents the first stages of line formation, resulting in a smoother complexion. Key Ingredients: Bio-Revitalizing Complex and Super Bio-Hyaluronic Acid N. Stats: 1.7 oz., $71.00; 2.5 oz., $98.00

CLARINS Vital Light Serum Category: Skin care Launch: September 2011 Claims: This anti-aging serum addresses dark spots and uneven skin tone, while firming the skin and restoring luminosity to diminish complexion dullness. Key Ingredients: Hexylresorcinol, waltheria & tripeptide and cochlearia officinals. Stats: $85.00

FRESH Sugar Passion Tinted Lip Treatment SPF 15

Allure’s Michelle Thorpe with Maria Dempsey of Clarins.

P&G’s Kelly Vanasse and Brent Miller with Christina Kang Krolopp of Allure (c.).

the seal, and today, your Best of Beauty win means more than ever. The seal now creates a sales uplift of nine percent.” For months, Allure staffers transformed their bathrooms into testing labs filled to the brim with beauty products in order to bring their readers

we used to hand deliver flowers to each of the winners—and now it is a phenomenon,” said Linda Wells, editor in chief of Allure. “We owe our good luck to the women who have come to love the awards, and the seal…the seal is a badge of ■CW honor for all of us.”

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Category: Skin care/ Makeup Launch: September 2011 Claims: This versatile formula provides essential year-round protection from damaging UV rays and allows for buildable coverage to create a sheer or rich red hue. Key Ingredients: Sugar, meadowfoam seed oil, carnauba wax, Vitamins A, C and E, and beeswax. ■CW Stats: $22.50

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NYC FASHION WEEK S/S 2012 At the Derek Lam show on September 11, the Estée Lauder makeup team and creative director Tom Pecheux created a fresh, earthy look inspired by the minimal architecture of California houses. To add a feeling of heat, artists used a yellow shade on the eyes from a new limited edition Pure Color Eyeshadow Palette launching in January 2012, and a new limited edition Pure Color Gloss in Citron Kiss, also launching in January.

The Sephora Pro Team, led by Gilbert Soliz, collaborated with Charlotte Ronson to create an effortlessly beautiful look inspired by 1920’s Victorian romance with a hint of grunge at her show on September 10. Makeup artists used Charlotte Ronson Closer Finishing Powder to create a radiant, flawless skin look, and Sephora Collection Advanced Lash Booster Mascara in Black to finish the eyes with a fringe of dramatic lashes.

At the VPL show on September 10, the Clarisonic team, led by celebrity esthetician Eileen Harcourt, used the Clarisonic Mia Sonic Skin Cleansing System and the Clarisonic Opal Sonic Infusion System to prep the models’ skin for makeup application and give them a runway-ready glow. To complete the look, Clé de Peau Beauté makeup artists, led by Lucia Pieroni, created a “living mannequin” face using Clé de Peau Luminizing Face Enhancer and Eye Color Quad 208, in order to showcase the clothing, but not compete with it. Bare Escentuals for Beauty.com, and lead artist Tina Turnbow, partnered with fashion designer Lela Rose to create an “antique sunny rose” look for her spring/summer show on September 11. To add a soft, spring smoky eye, makeup artists used bareMinerals Big & Bright Eyeliner Pencil in Midnight, on the inner rim of the eye, as well as the top and bottom lashlines. A mix of bareMinerals Pretty Amazing Lipcolor in Charisma and Lipgloss in Wild Honey created a perfectly balanced look of warm and cold. At the Tracy Reese show on September 11, Mally Roncal, celebrity makeup artist and founder of Mally Beauty, led a team of makeup artists to create a “breezy, romantic and fresh” look to complement a feminine, yet relaxed collection. To prep the skin, Mally used her Perfect Prep Poreless Primer, and to create a strong brow, and long, thick lashes, Mally used her Brow Boost and Black Volumizing Mascara. Sally Hansen also partnered with Tracy Reese to bring the whole look together with a bold nail to reflect the deep saturated tones and neon brights of the collection. A team of manicurists, led by Jin Soon Choi, used Sally Hansen Complete Salon Manicure in Temptation, which is part of the Tracy Reese for Sally Hansen collection and will be available in spring 2012. 228

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At the Narciso Rodriguez show on September 13, the Shiseido makeup team, led by Shiseido’s artistic director Dick Page, created an “intensely monochromatic” look inspired by the collection itself. The team used a soft brown-hued prototype cream base that is being formulated for a future Shiseido Makeup Shimmering Cream Eye Color on the eye, and the same product on the lip, blended with Shiseido Makeup Shimmering Rouge Lipstick in Discretion to unify the two areas of the face.

Stila makeup artists, led by Sarah Lucero, collaborated with Betsey Johnson to create a sexy bombshell look, built around a neon pink lip meant to celebrate the female form. To achieve touchable, clean skin, the team used Stila Perfect & Correct Foundation, Stila Brighten & Correct Concealer and Stila Sheer Pressed Powder. For the serious pop of color on the lip, the beauty team used Stila Lip Enamel Luxe Gloss in Giggle to complete the look.

Inspired by Nobuyashi Araki’s photographic series, “Sensual Flower,” designer Prabal Gurung partnered with M·A·C, and lead artist Charlotte Tilbury, to create a strong, intoxicating makeup look at his show on September 10. For dewy skin with pearlescent shine, the team used M·A·C Studio Moisture Cream and Luna Cream Colour Base, and to achieve the dramatic lip, artists used M·A·C Pro Chromagraphic Pencil in Process Magenta and Lipmix in Pro Black, Burgundy and Fuchsia.

NARS’ makeup artists, led by founder and creative director François Nars, collaborated with designer Marc Jacobs to create a look inspired by images of Patsy Klein and Amy Winehouse, and heavy eyelashes, at his show on September 15. To achieve strong eyes, glowing skin and nude, glossy lips, artists used NARS Pure Radiant Tinted Moisturizer, launching spring 2012, NARS Duo Eyeshadow in Pandora on the eyebrows and NARS Pure Matte Lipstick in Madere on the lips, topped with NARS Lip Gloss in Striptease.

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At the L.A.M.B. show on September 11, Essie manicurists used a muted blue shade— Bobbing for Baubles—on models’ nails and toes to reflect the graphic ikat prints and Indian themes seen throughout the collection. “This new take on navy is very feminine and it really ties in all of the colorful fabrics and prints from the collection by creating a simple, yet provocative nail,” said Essie Weingarten, founder of Essie Cosmetics. ■CW september 26, 2011

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and a packed house of guests at the launch of her new fragrance, Pulse, in New York City on September 21.

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will assume the exclusive worldwide license for the fragrance business of Marni, a Milan-based luxury fashion company founded by Consuelo and Gianni Castiglioni in 1994. Marni has gained notoriety in the fashion industry with a recognizable and unique aesthetic, revealing a playful charm built on experimentation and research, exclusive prints, and combinations of textures and colors. Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but the first product introduction will be unveiled in fall 2012. “Marni adds to our overall strategy by building on our European fragrance business in the high end segment,” said Veronique Gabai-Pinsky, global brand president of ADF. “Marni is a luxury brand with a loyal cult-like following that appeals globally to a sophisticated, trend-conscious customer.” Another key change, is the appointment of Susan Akkad to senior vice president of local and cultural relevancy for The Estée Lauder Companies, effective this month. In her new role, Susan will partner with R&D, the brand-led  key product category and corporate-led product innovation teams to develop and expand concepts, and facilitate greater customization for diverse consumers. This expanded role aims to solidify The Estée Lauder Companies’ strategic goal to increase local relevancy by staying at the forefront of the evolving global landscape of new and diverse consumer groups. On a brand level, Estée Lauder recently launched a new official YouTube channel, Your Source for Expert Beauty Advice, which houses 35 original videos showcasing creative makeup director Tom Pecheux and 230

global spokesmodels Hilary Rhoda, Constance Jablonski, Liu Wen, Joan Smalls, Carolyn Murphy and Elizabeth Hurley. This self-contained media platform will feature highly interactive content to engage viewers in a visual, tactile way that gives a new and insightful look into the Estée Lauder brand. Instructional how-to videos are a focal point of the channel, and viewers will be able to practice creating a look on themselves in real time by activating an on-screen mirror, initiated by a computer’s webcam.

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packaging innovations from 340 exhibiting companies and an extensive conference program. On October 20, Marc Rosen, president of Marc Rosen Associates, will present “Innovation, Sustainability, Creativity…Buzzwords or Bywords?” Panelists will include SGD North America’s Peter Acerra, P&G Prestige’s Sumit Bhasin, Family Three Ltd.’s Azzi Glasser and The Estée Lauder Companies’ Arlette Palo and Henry Renella. Also on October 20, Luxe Pack will host a cocktail reception in celebration of Rosen’s new book Glamour Icons: Perfume Bottle Design. At the reception, he will be signing copies of the book, with proceeds benefiting the “Marc Rosen Scholarship Fund for Packaging by Design” at Pratt Institute. Other Luxe Pack highlights include the Innovation Forum display where visitors can see creative solutions from exhibitors, and the Trends O b s e r ve r a t wh i ch a p a n e l o f e x p e r t s w i l l r e ve a l p a ck a g i n g trends. Visit luxepack.com for more information.

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the Majestic Barrière during the Tax Free World Exhibition in Cannes. This year’s show had 5,868 visitors and 457 exhibiting companies. Full coverage of the TFWE will appear in our annual supplement next month. ■CW

NEWPRODUCTS DIOR Mitzah Collector Palette

Category: Makeup Launch: September 2011 Claims: Each numbered, limited edition eyeshadow palette reproduces the iconic “Jungle” panther print favored by Christian Dior’s legendary muse, Mitzah Bricard. Stats: $90.00

PETER THOMAS ROTH Lashes To Die For The Liner

Category: Makeup Launch: September 2011 Claims: This long-wearing, liquid treatment liner helps significantly enhance the appearance of natural lash length and provides dramatic definition with a high dose of pigment. Stats: $48.00

PROACTIV X Out Wash-In Treatment

Category: Skin care Launch: September 2011 Claims: This one-step wash-in treatment is formulated to help kill the bacteria that causes breakouts, help banish existing pimples and help leave the skin feeling smooth. Key Ingredients: 8.5% benzoyl peroxide, glycerin and menthol. Stats: $24.95

ARTISTRY Lavish in Cashmere Brush Set

Category: Tools Launch: September 2011 Claims: This mini brush set features three brushes for eye shadow, eye liner and cheek color application. Stats: $38.45 september 26, 2011

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Meeting Press Trip Reception Seminar Trade Show

OCTOBER 4

Fragrance Foundation Circle of Champions Honoring Bath & Body Works’ Camille McDonald St. Regis • NYC 5:30 PM Members Only (A) (212) 725-2755 www.fragrance.org

OCTOBER 11

OCTOBER 18

Fragrance Foundation “Pop Your Cork” Wine & Food Tasting Event City Winery • NYC 6:00 PM (R) (TA) (212) 725-2755 x103 www.fragrance.org

Skin Cancer Foundation Skin Sense Award Gala Plaza Hotel • NYC 6:00 PM (A) (TA) (212) 725-5176 www.skincancer.org/events

OCTOBER 19 - 21

OCTOBER 12

CIBS Fall Cocktail Party NYC 6:00 PM (TA) www.cibsonline.com

CIBS Monthly Luncheon The Manhattan Club • NYC 12:00 PM www.cibsonline.com drom Insider’s Secrets Exhibition Party NYC 7:00 PM (R) (IO)

OCTOBER 13

Women in Flavor & Fragrance Commerce Fall Seminar Saddle Brook Marriott • Saddle Brook NJ 8:00 AM (S) (TA) (732) 922-0500 www.wffc.org

OCTOBER 14

Cosmetic Executive Women Achiever Awards Luncheon Honoring Alberto Culver’s Gina Boswell, Dior Beauty’s Lisa Hawkins, L’Oréal USA’s Leslie Marino and Lord & Taylor’s Barbara Zinn-Moore Waldorf=Astoria • NYC 11:00 AM (A) (TA) (646) 929-8026 www.cew.org

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NOVEMBER 2

Fragrance Foundation Cocktail Party Celebrating Marc Rosen’s Book Glamour Icons Doubles Club • NYC 6:00 PM (IO)

NOVEMBER 7 - 8

Sustainable Cosmetics Summit Hong Kong (T) www.sustainablecosmeticssummit.com

NOVEMBER 7 - 9

ISPA Conference & Expo Mandalay Bay • Las Vegas Nevada (S) experienceispa.com

NOVEMBER 9

CIBS Members Only Luncheon Harvard Club • NYC 12:00 PM (TA) www.cibsonline.com

NOVEMBER 9 - 11

Cosmoprof Asia Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre • Hong Kong (T) www.cosmoprof.com

Luxe Pack Monaco Grimaldi Forum • Monaco (T) www.luxepack.com

OCTOBER 20

OCTOBER 24 - 26

Color Cosmetics Summit Maritim Hotel • Berlin Germany (T) www.eminentmarkets.com

OCTOBER 27

Cosmetic Executive Women Women in Beauty Series: Clinique Panel with Lynne Greene, Agnes Landau and Janet Pardo Harmonie Club • NYC 5:30 PM (R) (S) (TA) (646) 929-8026 www.cew.org Fashion Group International Night of Stars Black Tie Gala Hosted by Simon Doonan Cipriani Wall Street • NYC 6:15 PM (A) (TA) (212) 302-5511 www.fgi.org

NOVEMBER 15

Fragrance Foundation Annual Career Fair Baruch College • NYC (212) 725-2755 www.fragrance.org

NOVEMBER 16

Cosmetic Executive Women Women in Beauty Series - West Coast: A Conversation with Target’s Christina Hennington & Neutrogena’s Susan Sweet Fairmont Miramar • Santa Monica CA 6:00 PM (R) (S) (TA) (646) 929-8026 www.cew.org

NOVEMBER 17

Fragrance Foundation State of the Industry Luncheon Harvard Club • NYC 11:30 AM Members Only (S) (TA) (212) 725-2755 www.fragrance.org

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