BOARD APPOINTMENT: Revlon Inc. has elected Ann Jordan as a new addition to its board, increasing the size of the board to 12 members, and the number of independent directors to eight. Jordan, 74, serves as a director of Catalyst Inc., a nonprofit organization for women’s business initiatives, and is an honorary trustee of the University of Chicago and The Brookings Institution — a nonprofit public policy organization in Washington. She is also the chairman of The National Symphony Orchestra, a trustee of the Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, and formerly served as the director of the board for several public companies including Johnson & Johnson and Citigroup Inc.
BADGER MOVE: Jim Winters, formerly of the J Winters Group, has joined Badger & Partners as president, a new position. Madonna Badger continues in her position at the creative services agency she founded in 1994. Last year, Beautylab was added as an offshoot think tank. Winters has more than 20 years’ experience in branding and publishing, including stints at Vogue and Talk Media. He will focus on marketing strategy, brand positioning and business development in his new position, Badger said, while she will concentrate on design and creative development.
SCENTS SELL: Since its launch last fall, the Six Scents fragrance initiative has sold some 8,000 bottles. Although each of the fragrances created by fashion designers is selling strong, the bestsellers are by Gareth Pugh, Alexandre Herchcovitch and Cosmic Wonder Light Source. All the juices were concocted to raise funds for the Designers Against AIDS International AIDS Awareness Education center in Antwerp, Belgium. Six Scents is a collaboration among fragrance house Symrise, creative consultancy Metaproject and Seven New York.
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IFF PROMOTION: International Flavors & Fragrances Inc. has appointed Christophe de Villeplee to the newly created position of vice president of fine fragrance and beauty care worldwide. In his new role, de Villeplee will be responsible for developing and executing strategies in the fine fragrances and beauty care categories. He has also been charged with creating greater alignment across all functions and resources against strategic priorities worldwide, the company noted. De Villeplee has been with IFF for 10 years, most recently serving as vice president and region general manager for North American fragrances. He will continue to be based in New York.
TOP MOP: Visitors to Manhattan’s newly opened Topshop may walk out with a new spring ’do, as well. Erin Anderson, artistic director and co-owner of the Williamsburg, Brooklyn, salon and apothecary Woodley and Bunny will be on hand from 1 to 6 p.m. through Sunday to offer complimentary hairstyles at Topshop, located at 478 Broadway and Broome Street. Those who visit the pop-up styling bar can choose among the following three styles: Sleek and Straight (Glory Days), Waves (Miami) and Modern Twist Up-Do (Memphis).
H20 TAPS COLLI: H2O Plus, the maker of water-based, sea-derived skin care products, has named Bill Colli as senior vice president of sales and marketing. In this role, Colli will oversee the expansion of international and North American distribution. He will report to H2O Plus president and chief executive officer Bob Seidel. Prior to joining H20 Plus, Colli was at Procter & Gamble Co. as vice president of global sales for Frédéric Fekkai & Co. Before that, he held positions at Lancôme Paris.