Clichy, France 2011 beauty sales: $28.33 billion €20.334 billion +4.3% V. '10
Subsidiaries + Main brands: CONSUMER: L’Oréal Paris, Garnier, Maybelline New York, SoftSheen Carson, Essie, Le Club des Créateurs de Beauté. PROFESSIONAL: L’Oréal Professionnel, Kérastase, Kéraskin Esthetics, Redken, Matrix, Mizani, Shu Uemura Art of Hair, PureOlogy. LUXURY: Lancôme, Biotherm, Helena Rubinstein, Kiehl’s, Shu Uemura, Giorgio Armani Parfums and Cosmetics, Parfums Cacharel, Ralph Lauren Fragrances, Diesel, Viktor & Rolf, Yves Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney, Maison Martin Margiela, Yue-Sai, Paloma Picasso, Parfums Guy Laroche. ACTIVE COSMETICS: Vichy, La Roche-Posay, SkinCeuticals, Roger & Gallet, Sanoflore. The Body Shop. Laboratoires Innéov, Galderma (50% each).
Subsidiaries + Main Brands: Pantene, Head & Shoulders, Clairol, Herbal Essences, Nice ’n Easy, Natural Instincts, Wella, Wella Koleston, Sebastian Professional, Nioxin, Vidal Sassoon, Aussie, Rejoice, Frédéric Fekkai (hair care). Cover Girl, Max Factor (makeup). Hugo Boss, Gucci, Old Spice, Lacoste, Escada, Puma, Anna Sui, Ghost, Dunhill, Christina Aguilera, Rochas, Replay, Bruno Banani, Mexx (fragrance). Dolce & Gabbana (fragrance, makeup). Venus, Olay, SK-II, Noxzema (in Western Europe), DDF, Gillette, The Art of Shaving (skin care). Secret (deodorant).
London / Rotterdam, Netherlands 2011 beauty sales: $18.58 billion (est.) €14.01 billion (est.) +9.5% V. ’10 (EST.)
Subsidiaries + Main brands: PERSONAL CARE: Axe/Lynx, Impulse, Rexona/Sure, Degree, Dove, Lux, Pond’s, Suave, Sunsilk/Seda/Hazeline, Timotei, Clear, Mods, Vaseline, Tigi, Monsavon, Radox, Duschdas, Brylcreem, Black Pearl, Clean Line, 100 Recipes of Beauty, Silky Hands, Tresemmé, Motions, Kalina, Nexxus Salon Hair Care, Consort, St. Ives, Noxzema (except in Western Europe), Soft & Beautiful, Just for Me, TCB, Simple (skin care), Alberto VO5 (except in the U.S. and Puerto Rico).
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New York 2011 beauty sales: $9.44 billion (est.) +13.9% V. '10 (est.)
Subsidiaries + Main brands: Estée Lauder, Aramis, Clinique, Prescriptives, Lab Series, Origins, MAC Cosmetics, Bobbi Brown, Tommy Hilfiger, Kiton, La Mer, Donna Karan, Aveda, Jo Malone, Bumble and bumble, Darphin, Michael Kors, Sean John, Missoni, Tom Ford Beauty, Coach, Ojon, Smashbox, Ermenegildo Zegna. BEAUTYBANK: American Beauty, Flirt, Good Skin Labs, Grassroots Research Labs.
Tokyo 2011 beauty sales: $8.53 billion (est.) ¥676.95 billion (est.) -0.3% V. ’10 (est.)
Subsidiaries + Main brands: Shiseido, Clé de Peau Beauté, Sea Breeze, Carita, Decléor, Nars, Joico, Aupres, Senka, Urara, Pure & Mild, Za, D’ici Là, Ipsa, Ayura, Ettusais, Shiseido Professional, Zotos, Serge Lutens, Bare Escentuals, Tsubaki. BEAUTÉ PRESTIGE INTERNATIONAL: Parfums Issey Miyake, Parfums Jean Paul Gaultier, Parfums Narciso Rodriguez, Parfums Elie Saab.
New York 2011 beauty sales: $8.07 billion +5.2% V. ’10
Subsidiaries + Main brands: Anew, Avon Solutions, Avon Clearskin, Liz Earle (skin care). Skin-So-Soft, Avon Naturals, Footworks, Tiny Tillia (bath and body care). Advance Techniques (hair care). Avon Color, Mark (makeup). Reese Witherspoon, Fergie, Hervé Léger (fragrance).
Tokyo 2011 beauty sales: $6.45 billion (est.) ¥511.6 billion (est.) +0.2% V. ’10 (EST.)
Subsidiaries + Main brands: KAO: Bioré, Jergens, Curél (skin care). Sofina (skin care, makeup). Asience, Essential, Merit, Sifoné, Feather, Liese, Blauné, Segreta, Cape, Prettia, John Frieda, Guhl (hair care). Aube, Est (makeup). Ban (deodorant, except in Japan). KPSS GMBH: Goldwell, KMS California (hair care). MOLTON BROWN: Molton Brown (fragrance, skin care). KANEBO COSMETICS: Sensai, RMK, Suqqu, Aqua Sprina, Twany, Impress, Freeplus, Dew Superior, Blanchir Superior, Freshel, Aqua Lunash (skin care, makeup). Lunasol, Coffret D’Or, Kate, Lavshuca, Media (makeup). Doltier, Lissage, Chicca (skin and body care, makeup). Evita (skin, body and hair care; makeup). Allie, Sala (sun and hair care). Suisai (skin care).
@JackieAina has launched her own company, and no, it's not beauty — yet.
@ForvrMood is a lifestyle company that launched online on Aug. 10 with a four-piece collection of coconut wax candles that are free of sulfates and parabens. The initial product offering includes a silk pillowcase and matching headband, with prices ranging from $28 to $49.
Prior to launch, Forvr Mood accumulated a waitlist of more than 45,000 people. It sold out of pre-sale inventory within minutes — despite not revealing details of the brand or the product lineup before launch.
Forvr Mood, whose name is meant to reflect "a vibe and aesthetic without really saying that," is a venture self-funded by Aina that has been in the works since 2018, she said. She plans to expand the company into categories such as fragrance and skincare. Her future makeup line, however, is a separate venture.
"The reason why we decided to [launch with a lifestyle company] is because makeup requires a lot more testing and more standardizing," Aina said. "There are some products that I’ve been developing for my — hint, hint — future makeup line for almost two years."
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Making a September issue during a pandemic is no easy feat.
The fashion-agenda setting power of a September issue may have waned over the past few years, in part due to the rise of influencers. But they’re still the most important issues of the year for glossy magazine publishers, chasing ad dollars more than ever during the pandemic.
For @instylemagazine’s September issue cover, @Zendaya was photographed on an L.A. mansion rooftop that ended up being perfect for social distancing, with “the unsubtle concept being that you can’t quarantine the joy of fashion,” according to InStyle editor in chief @laurabrown99.
The shoot is the work of Black stylist @luxurylaw and Black photographer duo Donté Maurice and Ahmad Barber (@abdmstudio), who were recommended to Brown by Roach. All of Zendaya's looks are from Black designers, including @JasonRembert, @glemaud, @hanifaofficial, @ChristopherJohnRogers, and more.
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Photography: @abdmstudio via @instylemagazine
CaSandra Diggs has been named the new president of the @CFDA.
Diggs joined the CFDA in 2001 and most recently held the post of chief administrative and financial officer.
In her new role she will be charged with developing strategy and making decisions that further the CFDA's purpose to champion, educate and support its membership and the fashion industry.
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