The beauty company recently shored up its finances with a new $880 million term loan.
The brand, which has struggled with slumping sales for years, is back after a 2014 exit.
Some employees are being asked to work reduced hours, and Revlon executives have taken pay cuts.
The company continues to consider sale options with Goldman Sachs.
The 3,500-square-foot space will mount its exhibitions for six months at a time.
“The platform that I have is a responsibility that I take really seriously.”
Pedreiro worked for Coty between 2009 and 2014.
Technically, all brands at Revlon Inc. are still up for grabs.
The online consumer marketplace is hosting “StockXchange,” a three-day exhibition celebrating the best of French street culture.
Revlon is said to be working with Goldman Sachs to consider sale options for all or parts of the business.