At Fairchild Media Group’s Diversity Forum, Angela Guy said she taps into the broad experiences of L’Oréal’s employees to foster inclusivity.
“We have seen an increasing number of consumers who are really looking for that stamp of approval,” said Adrien Koskas, Garnier global brand president.
The brand will use the flowers grown on the four-acre estate in its fragrances.
Hi! Paris is backed by the Haute École de Commerce Paris and the Institut Polytechnique de Paris.
The singer spoke with WWD about collaborating on the fragrance advertising, his upcoming film project and memoir.
Actress Adria Arjona fronts the women’s scent developed with sustainability in mind.
The songstress will appear in advertising for the Voce Viva fragrance starting in September.
Canadian designers featured on digital wholesale platform Showroom Canada discuss emerging fall fashion trends.