Cosmetic World november 7, 2011
Vol. XLVII / No. 19
special edition • LUXE PACK MONACO 2011
BULLETIN TOM FORD WOWS AT BERGDORF GOODMAN
Tom Ford with The Estée Lauder Companies’ Caroline Geerlings and John Demsey.
Designer Tom Ford introduced his latest cosmetics collection and signed autographs for a crowd of fans and beauty lovers at Bergdorf Goodman in New York City on November 2.
MADONNA TO LAUNCH first FRAGRANCE
CEW HIGHLIGHTS CLINiQUE ‘DREAM TEAM’ Cosmetic Executive Women (CEW) hosted its second members-only Women in Beauty Series event on October 27 in New York City to highlight the achievements and innovative thinking of Clinique’s key leaders. Lynne Greene, global brand president of Clinique, Origins and Ojon; Agnes Landau, senior vice president of global marketing for Clinique; and Janet Pardo, senior vice president of product development worldwide for Clinique, shared how their innovation and passion have kept their brand ahead of the
Clinique’s Janet Pardo, Lynne Greene and Agnes Landau.
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SNOOKI BOTTLES ‘JERSEY SHORE’
FGI HONORS ‘THE LUMINARIES’ The Fashion Group International (FGI) hosted its 28th annual Night of Stars at New York City’s Cipriani Wall Street on October 27. Keeping with the theme of the evening, “The Luminaries,” FGI recognized the top fashion and beauty talents that light up their respective industries with spirit and creativity.
Arcade Marketing and Mirrus, a multimedia company, partnered with Firmenich to create a
Nicole Polizzi, better known as “Snooki” from the reality television series “Jersey S h o r e ,” h a s partnered with Pe r f u m a n i a t o launch her first namesake fragrance, Snooki. Inspired by her favorite treats, the new scent is playful, flirty and sweet, with hints of cotton candy from the boardwalk at the Jersey Shore. “I’m very proud of my fragrance, and I think I did a good job with it,” said Polizzi. “I wanted to do a fragrance because I’ve never been able to find one that I really loved, and this is something I love. It’s very bubbly and cute like my personality.” Involved at every stage of the creation process, Snooki incorporated her signature style into everything from the bold animal print patterns and spike details on the bottle, to the juice itself.
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ADF SIGNS TORY BURCH
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BLOOM ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT
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ARCADE DEBUTS SCENTFX
The window display at The Sensorium.
Nars Cosmetics’ François Nars with Linda Wells of Allure.
Hosted once again by Simon Doonan, the gala paid tribute to the “Superstars”— Steve Sadove, chairman and CEO, and Ronald Frasch, president and chief merchandising officer, both of Saks Fifth Avenue—for introducing new initiatives and making strategic changes to enhance the shopping experience. This year’s Beauty Award was presented
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“Creating the bottle was amazing,” said Polizzi. “I chose the pink-topurple fade because they are two of my favorite colors, and I knew they would pop on store shelves. I wanted the packaging to b e g a u dy a n d t a c k y, a n d o f course I wanted my face on it.” Th e “ f r u i t y gourmand” scent, created in-house by Five Star Fragrances for Perfumania, opens with top notes of lychee and kiwi that melt into middle notes of pink cupcake accord, white jasmine flower and beach flower. The fragrance dries down with notes of seaside driftwood and sugared musk.
“I really wanted to have kiwi in the fragrance because it is the scent of my favorite body scrub which smells amazing,” said Polizzi. “I wanted people to smell it and think of the beach, the s h o r e , a n d my show. Perfumania worked with me to make sure I got everything I wa n t e d . I l ove everybody there— they never got fed up with me.” Snooki will be priced at $45.00 for 3.3 oz., and will make its debut on HSN on November 10. Beginning on November 25, the fragrance will also be available at Perfumania and perfumania.com. ■CW
CHANEL N°19 Poudré
DIOR Le Serum
Category: Fragrance Launch: November 2011 Claims: A modern treasure for the fragrance connoisseur, Jacques Polge’s new interpretation of N°19 is a boldly sophisticated eau de parfum that remains true to its original wearer, Gabrielle Chanel. Key Notes: Crisp green woods and the precious powdery heart of iris. Stats: 1.7 oz., 80.00; 3.4 oz., 115.00
Category: Skin care Launch: November 2011 Claims: Enriched with the exclusive ingredient Miyabenol C, this silky serum penetrates down to the heart of the skin to diffuse the very essence of the Yquem vine sap for the ultimate anti-aging action and firmer, smoother and more luminous skin. Stats: $395.00
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Tammy Yaiser, previously of Fusion Beauty, has joined ACMG as vice president of product development for the Hydroxatone, Keranique, Luminique, DNA and Sarah McNamara Beauty New York brands.
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Shape’s Diane Newman and Carlotta Jacobson of CEW.
Macy’s Nancy Schmidt and Jill Scalamandre of Chrysallis.
The Estée Lauder Companies’ Eileen Keenaghan, Beth Spruance and Jane Lauder.
Givaudan’s Karen Flinn and Cos Policastro with Karyn Khoury of The Estée Lauder Companies.
Nordstrom’s Debbi Hartley-Triesch with Nick Gavrelis and Jennifer Balbier of M·A·C.
Cosmopolitan’s Karen Deutsch, Donna Kalajian Lagani and Sue Katzen.
people know the history of Clinique, and that has always been the focal point. Each person on our team has respected the history of the brand, and that has generated great trust from consumers.” As the first dermatologist-developed brand, created in 1968, Clinique has focused on “filling the white space”—giving women the products they felt they were lacking in order to provide solutions to the problems that they never thought were possible. “As Clinique evolves from its roots of skin care to makeup, color is bringing fun and animation to the
brand with innovation that is lighthearted with a wink and a smile,” said Pardo. “It is important for us to incorporate key elements of our skin care business into our color products, for example, Chubby Sticks and Lid Smoothies.” Each of the executives praised their ability to communicate and build on each other’s ideas through the fluidity of their roles. “We celebrate the small wins and the big wins,” said Landau, “and we need to keep innovating in every area of the business in order to create an incredible machine.”
EYE’s Mary McCarty and The Estée Lauder Companies’ Diana Espino with Kim-Van Dang of KVD NYC.
Givaudan’s Jason Kakoyiannis and Martha Basanta.
mark.’s Ralph Vestbom, Marissa Orlando-Elmer, Micki Nam and Gail Boyé.
Clinique’s Tony Teri, Laura Manuele and Mike LaMalfa.
ENV Consulting’s Elaine Gizler with Paula Scandone and Jessica Nguyen of Hautelook.
1·4·1 Cosmetics’ Dennis Tracz and Elizabeth Maxwell with Virginia Bonofiglio of FIT. ■CW
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P&G Prestige’s Don Loftus with Caroline Geerlings and Nancy Feetham of The Estée Lauder Companies.
Givaudan’s Lauren Bitet, Geraldine Nicolai and Cathy Torelli with Art Spiro of Elizabeth Arden (2nd l.).
IFF’s Nicolas Mirzayantz with Margaret Hayes of FGI.
Saks Fifth Avenue’s Steve Sadove with Karin Sadove.
Arcade’s Diane Crecca and Debra LeipmanYale with Joe Cook of The Estée Lauder Companies (c.).
Lord & Taylor’s Barbara Zinn-Moore and LVMH Fragrance Brands’ Nicholas Munafo and Jessica Barlow (r.) with Jane Larkworthy of W.
to François Nars, creative director of NARS Cosmetics, for his unique creativity in continuing to grow and develop the NARS brand. Lauren Bush received the Humanitarian Award for her work with the charitable company FEED Projects, of which she is the CEO, creative director and co-founder. Jil Sander’s Raf Simons, Rodarte’s Kate and Laura Mulleavy, and designer Giambattista Valli were honored with Fashion Awards, as well as Daphne Guinness who
received the Fashion Provocateur Award. Other honorees included Andrew Rosen of Theory, who was presented with the Corporate Leadership Award; Arthur Gensler, chairman and founder of Gensler, who received the Architecture Award; and Wanda Ferragamo, honorary chairman of Ferragamo Group, who was honored with the Legend Award. Lord & Taylor’s Fashion Oracle Award was presented to NBA All-Star Amar’e Stoudemire of the New York Knicks.
Oscar de la Renta with Alex Bolen of Oscar de la Renta.
Givaudan’s Kate Greene with Terry Darland, Lisa Hawkins and Linda Maiocco of LVMH.
Coty Prestige’s Giovanni Boiano with Eric Dalbo of Arcade.
Givaudan’s Rodrigo Flores-Roux with Joyce Greene of Chanel.
Oribé and Anna Sui with François Nars.
Saks Fifth Avenue’s Deborah Walters with Pamela Baxter of Christian Dior.
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Give Back Brands’ Noreen Dodge with Larry Berman of Arcade.
Buckingham Capital Management’s Laurence Leeds and Daniel Schwarzwalder with Saks Fifth Avenue’s Ronald Frasch (c.).
Clarins’ Tanya Pushkine and Melissa Barrett Rhodes.
Chanel’s Stephen Bogunia and Elizabeth Mankin.
Jane Larkworthy and Nars Cosmetics’ Louis Desazars with Sarah Brown of Vogue.
Arcade’s Rich Nightingale with Olivier Delcour of IFF.
IFF’s Lorenzo Cavallaro with Eileen Higgins of Avon.
FEED Projects’ Lauren Bush with David Lauren.
IFF’s Julie Pruett, Anahita Mekanik and Veronique Ferval with Janet Parks of Avon (2nd l.).
Self’s Laura McEwen and Anita Maiella with Don Loftus (c.).
Lord & Taylor’s Brendan Hoffman and People StyleWatch’s Susan Kaufman with Daniel Schwarzwalder and Laurence Leeds.
Talking Heads’ David Byrne with Hal Rubenstein of InStyle.
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LUXE PACK MONACO Record attendance at this year’s show
Innovation, Sustainability & creativity
Luxe Pack’s Nathalie Grosdidier and Christophe Czajka.
This year’s exhibition had 350 exhibitors and 6,355 visitors (an 11% increase over last year’s show).
SGD’s magical glow SGD developed a “holographic” lacquer with a shimmer effect for Ta y l o r S w i f t ’s Wo n d e r s t r u c k . Their “Atelier de Creation” innovation center has been focusing on new lacquer research. They also developed the “fluorescent”
The entrance to the show.
The 24 edition of Luxe Pack Monaco was held at the Grimaldi Forum from October 19-21. This year’s show had 40 new exhibitors and an additional 10 exhibits, as well as a display of creations from students from France’s L’Ecole de
design Nantes Atlantique. “Luxe Pack is an international show where people learn new know-how for their creative ideas,” said Nathalie Grosdidier, general manager of Luxe Pack.
Eastman wins in green
packaging pros offer insight
Eastman’s Gwen Wijnveldt and Jeanine de Bos show off their Luxe Pack In Green award for their Natura Chronos product.
Wrapology’s Tom Bosanquet, P&G Prestige’s Sumit Bhasin, The Estée Lauder Companies’ Henry Renella and Arlette Palo with Marc Rosen.
Eastman was awarded the 2011 Luxe Pack In Green award for its Natura Chronos product on October 19. The award was designed by Alliage’s Rémi Pardoux and presented in front of the panel of judges. The Glass Polymer cosmetic jar is recyclable and is made with 45% of renewable organic material. It dries 25% faster than traditional co-polyesters, and processes at 20% lower temperatures, resulting in less energy usage and faster production times.
This year’s show featured a seminar moderated by Marc Rosen, president of Marc Rosen Associates, entitled Innovation, Sustainability, Creativity: Bywords or Buzzwords? “These three words represent enormous possibilities for designers and marketers, and realistically should be a cornerstone in the foundations of the beauty programs we build every day,” said Rosen. “Over 70% of women polled state they want sustainable thinking to be a part of the
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Pochet’s Beauties Pochet’s latest creations include the bottles for Prada Candy, Gianfranco Ferre’s In the Mood for Love, Jean-Paul Gaultier’s Kokorico, Burberry Body, Valentino Valentina, and Acqua di Gioia Essenza. -Continued on Page 260 november 7, 2011
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Heinz Glas’ showcase included Vince Camuto, Prada Candy, Kokorico and YSL L’Homme. Bormioli Rocco recently introduced three new stock bottles, as well as their holographic hot stamping. Their most recent productions include Armani Code Sport, Coach Poppy, Jimmy Choo, Armani Privé La Femme Bleue and Givenchy’s Very Irresistible L’Intense. Amorphic and sensual, the Swirl Collection extols Eastman Chemical Company’s Glass Polymer family of cosmetic materials and its ability to effortlessly flow and hold unique shapes and forms. The Swirl Collection The varying wall thicknesses of these components are very feminine and create a soft, tactile experience in the hand. The relationship between the product and the package also varies as the material ebbs and flows in thick and thin waves. It was designed by Marc Rosen Associates and was manufactured by Jackel Cosmetics. MWV recently completed a manufacturing expansion at several plants. Production upgrades in Barcelona include the transition to state-of-the-art, highly-automated pump production, and process improvements in assembly for the popular Melodie fragrance pump, as well as the Pearl and Pearl Mini
airless dispensers. “We understand the importance of scaling our global position to meet the needs of our customers’ brands,” said Thomas Jonas, president of MWV’s Beauty and Personal Care Division. “Our strategic expansion in Barcelona allows MWV to improve product c o n s i s t e n cy a n d s u p p l y ch a i n efficiencies across Europe, North America, South America and Asia.” MWV also unveiled the Sinfonia SR pump, which is specifically engineered for naturally aggressive oils and solvents. The Sinfonia SR pump is available in a wide range of finishes, aesthetics and outputs to easily customize packaging. The Adagio Airless pump is one of the first airless, high output cosmetic dispensers with a prestige look and feel. Perfect for applications such as facial treatments, serums and cleansers, this dispenser offers smooth, easy actuation and a high evacuation rate in any position, including upside down. Rexam Personal Care introduced Panache, a new spray experience that delivers a continuous and exceptionally airy, light and dry spray. Compared to regular sprays, the Panache fragrance experience claims to be 33% lighter, 40% drier and six times longer-lasting. Designed to target different markets, it can handle alcohol, water and oil-based formulations and it is propellant free, which is a sustainable alternative to aerosols. Tu l l i s R u s s e l l Pa p e r m a k e r s presented trucard x2—a range of
interested by the wide variety of decoration expertise that all the entities of the Pochet Group now offer.”
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“Our customers in Europe and in the U.S. are showing a growing interest in our ability to streamline their development needs through our diverse packaging solutions combining glass, plastic and metal,” said François Sabaté, sales and market general manager at Pochet et du Courval. “More than ever, they are
coated and uncoated SBS laminated heavyweight boards that claim to be twice as thick and twice as strong— perfect for premium packaging. Maesa created all five packaging items that make up the black and white corporate packaging for Sephora. The bottles for Jean Paul Gaultier Classique and Le Male collector’s editions were decorated by Solev, which is now part of Pochet Group.
Jean Paul Gaultier’s Classique and Le Male
Solev’s new laser produced the interior metallic reflections, which are colored by lacquer base coats that appear after 360+ laser cutting. The “metallic mirage” decoration on the Acqua di Gioia Essenza bottle was achieved with the controlled transition of intense metal towards the purity of the glass. The scent appears deep within and its color is enhanced by the internal reflections of the metallization. The screen printing is suspended between these two dimensions.
Acqua di Gioia Essenza
Kokorico by Jean Paul Gaultier
Mark your 2012 calendar: Luxe Pack Shanghai will take place on April 3 & 4; Luxe Pack New York on May 16 & 17; and Luxe Pack Monaco will be held from October 24-26. ■CW
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brands they support, yet when it comes to beauty products, they do not want to sacrifice the quality or the efficacy of the brands they love.” Participating panelists discussed ways of demonstrating to consumers their sensitivty and consciousness of what the word “sustainability” infers. The panel included: Tom Bosanquet, sales director of Wrapology; Sumit Bhasin, global leader of innovation for P&G Prestige; Henry Renella, senior vice president of global package development for Estée Lauder; and Arlette Palo, vice president of global product innovation for The Estée Lauder Companies. “Often the majority of luxury brand packaging is sustainable; but the consumer is never informed of what considerations the designer has made to achieve this,” said Bosanquet. “For the white-collar luxury consumer, it’s unlikely to be a deal breaker if the box uses a biodegradable lamination vs. a non-biodegradable lamination. This means that sustainability is not about the return on investment, but a set of moral principles being incorporated into the brand’s DNA. This is an encouraging trend.”
Bhasin highlighted the idea that companies should focus on creating better experiences for the consumer. “In doing so, we must create stronger customer and supplier partnerships, embrace the idea of a breakthrough, and be aware of cost innovation and affordable value,” said Bhasin. Renella also noted the keys to successfully approaching sustainability in packaging. “Luxury consumers are not ready for a radical swing in the look of their packaging as it relates to sustainability,” said Renella. “That does not mean they are not interested, nor want a sustainable package. We just need to be smart in how we deliver it. Understanding the DNA of your brand is the first step. There are many ways to develop this into your packaging, while retaining the look and feel of what your consumer has always enjoyed, but still delivering upon its sustainability goals. Some of the obvious solutions are recycled materials and using materials that are renewable. This is where innovation and creativity play such an important role.” Palo invited and challenged the other packaging executives at the
seminar to create unique, innovative, and sustainable products to help companies to develop sustainable packaging that can house new waterless skincare and makeup products. “One of my greatest passions is product innovation through creativity, and my newest passion is merging that with sustainability,” said Palo. “In fact, we have coined the phrase ‘sustainovation’ in my department because we believe so much in the convergence of these two passions, and we think about this in every product that we develop. To me ‘sustainovation’ means: (1) Make value the driving force. (2) Match the efficacy to the value. (3) Let creativity guide us. If, for argument’s sake, we are unwilling to compromise on sustainability and efficacy, then we need to get moving on innovating ourselves to find a solution. With the right team, the right support, and with our focus on our sustainability value, I have no doubt we can do it through collaboration. At the same time, we can look at sustainability in an entirely creative way and our ■CW consumers will be grateful.”
SGD’s magical glow
lacquers, which are not as easy to handle as they may appear. The advantages of glass are not limited to the material itself, but also extend to the decoration techniques that make it possible to obtain unique colors and finishes. In 2011, celebrity fragrances continued to soar, and SGD had the opportunity to work on several exciting and innovative launches such as Rihanna Reb’l Fleur, Mariah Carey Lollipop Splash, Beyoncé Heat Rush, Beyoncé Pulse, Taylor Swift Wonderstruck, and Jennifer Lopez Love and Glamour, which were all produced at the company’s U.S. facilities in Georgia. “SGD will continue to dedicate its know-how and innovation to brand
creativity to help motivate consumers to purchase, and drive real retail growth,” said Shéhérazade Chamlou, vice president of marketing and sales, North America for SGD.
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lacquer which was used for the Mariah Carey’s Lollipop Splash fragrant trio.
The “Technic Art Windows” at Luxe Pack Monaco featured innovative lacquering finishes, which aim to create visual and sensorial experiences for consumers—including metallic, opaque, soft-touch and irridiscent
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“ We a r e d o i n g very well globally, but this was the best year ever for us in the U.S.,” said Olga Bursac, vice president of sales for Bormioli Luigi USA. “Vera Wang Lovestruck Bombshell Seduction and Victoria’s Secret Bombshell Seduction contributed ■CW largely to our success.”
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LUXE PACK MONACO
SGD’s Ashok Sudan, Shéhérazade Chamlou (2nd r.) and Peter Acerra (r.) with Coty’s Laurent Frayssinet and Philippe Quinqis.
Bormioli Luigi’s Olga Bursac, Alberto Bormioli and Astrid Bormioli.
Pochet’s Hubert Varlet and Charles de Forges.
Eastman’s Alisa Williams and Ludovic Gardet.
Bormioli Rocco’s Vincent Deheuvels and Christophe Nival.
UPG’s Greg Simone with Albea’s Kristina Christensen, Elizabeth Forsyth and Christina Chang.
Marc Rosen Associates’ Marc Rosen with P&G Prestige’s Sumit Bhasin and Simon Elmer.
C+N Packaging’s Brooks Markert and Chris Young.
Solev’s Mathiau Pivaudran, Bruno Pivaudran and Marie-Christine Soulier.
Emotic’s Michael Thoby.
G. Pivaudran’s Marc Pivaudran and Jacques Pivaudran (r.) with Preface Deux’s Aviva Himoff.
Prooftag’s Franck Bourrieres.
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Jackel’s captivating display of their floral masterpieces.
Pujolasos’ array of wooden packaging options.
Atelier Nor Line’s luxurious boxes.
Jo Malone’s Celine Roux-Alezais and Herve Bouix of The Estée Lauder Companies.
Cosmetic World’s Debbie Ward with the 3SP Tri-Sensory Packaging’s mimes.
Pochet’s François-Xavier Vannini and François Sabate.
Fusion Brands’ Derek Harvey, Jamie Moore and Jonathan Gross.
Designer Kacper Hamilton
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ROSEN TOASTS TO “GLAMOUR ICONS”
The Fragrance Foundation hosted a party in New York City on November 2 to celebrate renowned packaging designer Marc Rosen’s new book, Glamour Icons. The book—204 pages recognizing and celebrating the art and design of perfume bottles, or “small pieces of glass architecture,” as Rosen refers to them—highlights accomplishments throughout Rosen’s iconic career, as well as the changing definitions of glamour throughout the decades. “This is not just a book of pretty pictures,” said Rosen. “It is a very
Givaudan’s Cos Policastro and The Fragrance Foundation’s Rochelle Bloom with Marc Rosen, Eastman’s Jennifer Peavey and Peter Acerra of SGD.
emotional thing for me, thinking about the designs I’ve created over the years. We as an industry need to bring back the glamour that was once intrinsic to fragrance, and I hope this book will inspire young people to reinvent a modern glamour in a new way.” The book is available for purchase on amazon.com. Proceeds from sales of the book benefit The Marc Rosen Scholarship and Educational Fund for Graduate Package Design at Pratt Institute, as well as The Fragrance Foundation’s Educational Program.
KX Associates’ Annik Klein and Elaine Hamnett with Kevin Marshall of Marc Rosen Associates (c.).
The Fragrance Foundation’s Terry Molnar and Mary Ellen Lapsansky with Shéhérazade Chamlou of SGD.
Givaudan’s Rose Eckert, Kate Greene and Cathy Torelli.
Rochelle Bloom and Oscar de la Renta’s Michelle de Bourbon and Jean Hoehn Zimmerman with Theo Spilka of Firmenich (2nd r.).
Macy’s Linda Levy with Cos Policastro.
Marc Rosen and Arlene Dahl with Inter Parfums’ Sioux Saunders and Jason Basmajian of Brioni. ■CW
AHAVA Holiday Salt Celebration Wands
Category: Body care Launch: November 2011 Claims: These limited-edition 100% pure Dead Sea salts were created with the scents that relate to key ingredients in Ahava’s signature products—Goji Berry, Fig and Date. Stats: $10.00 each 266
LA PRAIRIE Limited Edition Irresistible Caviar
Category: Skin care Launch: November 2011 Claims: One of the most extravagant gifts for your face, this cult favorite superior hydrator enriches the skin with vital nutrients, while offering unparalleled firmness and smoother skin. Stats: $195.00
CARON PARIS Secret Oud Category: Fragrance Launch: November 2011 Claims: Inspired by the iconic variety of wood, Caron’s Richard Fraysse created this woody Oriental scent with an intense combination of oud and saffron, which is sweetened by damask rose. Stats: 1.7 oz., $250.00; 3.4 oz., $360.00
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and Iconix Brand Group, Inc., to launch the celebrity’s first fragrance— Truth or Dare by Madonna. It will debut exclusively at Macy’s in April 2012 in the U.S., and international distribution will begin in May.
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exclusive worldwide license of the Tory Burch fragrance business, which marks the designer’s first foray into the beauty industry. “Tory Burch is more than an innovative designer; she’s a lifestyle brand,” said Veronique Gabai-Pinsky, global brand president of Aramis & Designer Fragrances. “Tory empowers women with her clothes, creativity and experimentation of modern designs. She has an inspiring and affordable sensibility that we know will transcend into the fragrance industry.” The first Tory Burch fragrance products are scheduled to be introduced in 2013. “Fragrance is a natural extension of our brand—we will create unique fragrances that complement a woman’s innate beauty,” said CEO Tory Burch. “Fragrance is a part of my daily routine, and it evokes strong memories of my mother and grandmother. I still remember their favorite scents.”
Manhattan’s Meatpacking District that was designed to reignite a love for fragrance among consumers. Used in the window displays at The Sensorium, the new innovative technology called ScentFX—a combination of Mirrus’ proprietary removable reusable material and Arcade’s sampling solutions—allows window graphics to omit a fragrance once engaged and activated by a consumer, simply by rubbing or scratching. “We worked with Arcade to create ScentFX for the initial purpose of creating an interactive, removable magazine ad, where a consumer could not only experience the fragrance by rubbing the scented image, but also remove the scented image from the page and stick it to any surface over and over again,” said Brian Reid, CEO and founder of Mirrus. “When the opportunity came up to participate with Firmenich on the Sephora Sensorium, we thought it was the right environment to utilize ScentFX in large scale. Creating something that is disruptive to consumers typically results in stopping power, and that is what we were looking to accomplish.”
IFF OPENS FACILITY IN DUBAI
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that she plans to retire when her contract ends at the end of the year, after leading the Foundation for nine years. Plans for a replacement have not yet been finalized. “It’s time to move to my next chapter where I can spend more time with my family and focus on personal interests, as well as ‘giving back,’” said Bloom.
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unique consumer engagement platform for those who passed by Sephora’s The Sensorium—a 4-D scentsory journey located in november 7, 2011
International Flavors & Fragrances (IFF) announced the opening of their new flavor and fragrance facility in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, which houses creative and applications labs, as well as sales and marketing offices. Located in DuBiotech, the Dubai Biotechnology and Research Park, this new facility supports all categories of flavors and fragrance applications for the unique Middle Eastern market, and also leverages its considerable global capabilities for its fragrance customers in the region supporting ■CW their growth.
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NOVEMBER 7 - 8
Sustainable Cosmetics Summit Hong Kong (T) www.sustainablecosmeticssummit.com
NOVEMBER 7 - 9
ISPA Conference & Expo Mandalay Bay • Las Vegas NV (T)
CIBS Members Only Luncheon Harvard Club • NYC 12:00 PM (TA) www.cibsonline.com
NOVEMBER 9 - 11
Cosmoprof Asia Hong Kong Convention Centre • Hong Kong (T) www.cosmoprof.com
ICMAD Cocktail Reception at Cosmoprof Asia Hong Kong Convention Centre • Hong Kong 6:30 PM (R) www.icmad.org
Fragrance Foundation The Celebrity Balance Sheet: Is It a Win-Win for Everyone? Panel Discussion with Dior’s Terry Darland, The NPD Group’s Karen Grant, Macy’s Linda Levy, Elizabeth Arden’s Ron Rolleston, & Firmenich’s Theo Spilka Time-Life Building • NYC 5:30 PM Members Only (S) (212) 725-2755 www.fragrance.org
CIBS 64th Annual Holiday Ball Marriott Marquis • NYC 7:00 PM (TA) www.cibsonline.com
Fragrance Foundation Annual Career Fair Baruch College • NYC (212) 725-2755 www.fragrance.org
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
Fragrance Foundation State of the Industry Luncheon Harvard Club • NYC 11:30 AM Members Only (S) (TA) (212) 725-2755 www.fragrance.org
Cosmetic Executive Women Women in Beauty Series: The Inside Track on L’Oréal’s Global Growth with Lancôme’s Silvia Galfo, Maybelline New York’s Carolyn Holba and L’Oréal Paris’ Nathalie Kristo Harmonie Club • NYC 5:30 PM (R) (S) (TA) (646) 929-8026 www.cew.org
DECEMBER 7 - 9
ScentWorld 2011 Gansevoort Hotel • Miami Beach FL (T) www.scentmarketing.org/scent-world-expo
Cosmetic Executive Women Beauty of Giving Luncheon Waldorf=Astoria • NYC 11:00 AM (TA) (646) 929-8026 www.cew.org
CIBS Monthly Luncheon The Manhattan Club • NYC 12:00 PM www.cibsonline.com
Fragrance Foundation Hot Off the Press Annual Business Review NYC 8:00 AM Breakfast (212) 725-2755 www.fragrance.org
february FEBRUARY 9
James E. Marshall OCD Foundation Beyond Beauty Dinner Honoring Maesa Group’s Jill Belasco, Kaplow’s Liz Kaplow and Caroline Pieper-Vogt Union League Club • NYC 6:00 PM (B) (TA) (608) 845-3664 www.cureocd.org
ICMAD Technical/Regulatory Forum Balboa Bay Club • Newport Beach CA (M) (847) 991-4499 www.icmad.org
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