Proceeds of this year’s awards luncheon will support Save the Children’s U.S. programs, a nonprofit committed to helping children living in poverty.
The San Francisco-based firm has taken a minority stake in the skin-care brand, and Medine has also made a small investment.
Chinese consumers are increasingly buying products online, according to L2.
MAC is still struggling in the U.S. market, which dragged down sales gains from brands such as Tom Ford and Smashbox.
For “Artist’s Choice,” Lauder has selected works from various photographers including American ones with Maine and California roots.
Let the double-tapping begin.