REVLON SCREENING: Kate Hudson isn’t the only beauty to make a mark in the upcoming "How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days," opening nationwide Feb. 7. Revlon products prominently appear throughout the romantic comedy, also featuring Matthew McConaughey...
REVLON SCREENING: Kate Hudson isn’t the only beauty to make a mark in the upcoming "How To Lose A Guy in 10 Days," opening nationwide Feb. 7. Revlon products prominently appear throughout the romantic comedy, also featuring Matthew McConaughey and premiering in Los Angeles on Monday. And a film still of the lead couple is featured throughout Revlon’s full-fledged marketing push, which includes its core line, as well as the Valentine’s Day campaign for the Instant Attraction Color Collection. The effort features eight-page advertorials created by Deutsch Advertising running in eight Condé Nast books, including Teen Vogue, Allure, Jane and Lucky. The premiere of TBS’s "Movie & A Makeover," airing Feb. 8, features makeovers using Revlon products, and 30-second clips will run on MTV and E! Revlon-sponsored "how-to" tips will also run on the beauty brand’s Web site, as well as Vogue and W’s site, style.com. Revlon’s promotional agent, Kobin Enterprises, assisted in the partnership with Paramount Pictures.
NEW CEO: Lalique has appointed a new president and chief executive officer for its North American operation. Daniel Barth, who was president of Lacoste’s U.S. business from 1998 to 2002, has taken the helm of Lalique North America, the company announced this week. Barth will oversee and develop Lalique’s perfume, jewelry, watch and leather goods businesses in North America, as well as the house’s seven boutiques in the U.S. — its biggest market, said Gerard Tavenas, chairman of Lalique worldwide.
A Stella McCartney sketch of a custom dress made from protein-based silk in partnership with biotech lab Bolt Threads. The dress will be displayed at The Museum of Modern Art's upcoming design exhibition, "Items: Is Fashion Modern?"