2011 WWD Beauty Forum

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The restaurateur and James Beard award winner drew parallels between the food and wine industry and the beauty industry.

Deborah Lippmann’s eponymous brand features nail lacquer shades formulated with treatment benefits.

Daniel Kaner, co-president of Oribe Hair Care, addressed the importance of getting stylists behind a brand.

Josie Maran Cosmetics was born out of concern for how makeup affects our health.

Repositioning the mass cosmetics brand as a problem-solution, masstige cosmetics range caught consumers’ attention.

Mecca Cosmetica founder charts the growth of her company, which now operates three formats.

Innovation is on the way for the retailer’s beauty department — including more exclusives.

Eighteen months ago the fashion house’s ceo did the unthinkable and brought the fragrance operation in-house.

The global marketing director for Naturals at International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. spoke about quality, sustainability and truthfulness.


The general merchandise manager of beauty for Harrods has three major points of criteria before she takes any brand on.


Beauty sales have grown to account for about 15 percent of QVC’s overall sales.

The marketing director of trends & innovation for P&G’s Beauty and Grooming division outlined socio-cultural trends that could impact the beauty industry.

Linda Wells, editor in chief of Allure magazine, moderated a panel that discussed the evolution of what it means to be beautiful.

The global brand president of Clinique, Origins and Ojon at the Estée Lauder Cos. outlined her approach to modernizing a heritage brand.