On Friday, it posted a Fenty Beauty video starring the pop star and ending with the teaser: “Next Up… Hong Kong, Macau, Seoul, & Jeju.” Accompanying text detailed the cosmetics brand’s eastern rollout. In Hong Kong and Macau Fenty Beauty is to be carried in T Galleria, Sephora, Harvey Nichols, Beauty Bazaar and Beauty Avenue. In Seoul, the brand will be in travel-retail doors such as Lotte Duty Free and Shinsegae Duty Free. While on Jeju Island, Fenty Beauty is to be found in Shilla Duty Free.
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When @badgalriri launched #FENTYBEAUTY in 2017, it was important to her to make sure it was available globally so everyone had access to it. We know we haven’t reached everyone, but we hear you, and we're committed to making sure everyone is included. That’s why we're bringing Fenty Beauty to Hong Kong, Macau, Seoul and Jeju in September! We will be available in Hong Kong & Macau at T Galleria by @dfsofficial, @sephorahk, @harveynicholshk, @beautybazaarhk, and @beautyavenuehk. In Seoul, you can find us in Duty Free locations at @lottedutyfree, @shinsegaedutyfree, and in Jeju at the @shilladfs_en. #newgenerationofbeauty
Fenty Beauty has 7.9 million followers on Instagram.
Kendo, an incubator making products retailed by LVMH’s Sephora perfumery chain and other outposts, signed on Rihanna in 2016. Her Fenty Beauty products generated sales north of $100 million in a matter of weeks and has been hailed as a transformative brand.
Rihanna’s Fenty fashion collection debuted in a pop-up store in Paris and online in May.