Under ceo Fabian Garcia, Revlon plans to grow into a $5 billion company in five years.
Lagerfeld likely will join Lauren in dressing the incoming First Lady.
Justin Giunta of Subversive has been named design director of jewelry at Tory Burch, with his first collection slated for holiday-resort, WWD has learned.
The visual artist who goes by “Finley” will be dressing up a couple of New York City dumpsters today, and she aims to spruce up more in the months ahead.
Bare Escentuals has bypassed Madison Avenue, choosing instead to hang around the water cooler for advertising inspiration.
Urban Decay and OPI turn out “Alice in Wonderland” makeup palettes and nail polish, inspired by the upcoming Tim Burton movie.
Rimmel is launching its largest number of new items ever.
The fashion world may be enamored with bloggers — but not when they post future advertising images without permission.