Cheryl Yannotti Foland, founder and CEO of lilah b., was once a fast-paced New Yorker whose focus was on finance, not makeup. Now Sephora, Barneys New York, Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom and Net-a-Porter sell her brand.
This installment of Beauty Scene highlights upcoming celebrity skin care ranges from stars who’ve already seen success in makeup, including Kylie Jenner, Rihanna and Huda Kattan. Here, details on each highly-anticipated launch.
In this week’s Beauty Scene: LG H&H has announced a deal to acquire New Avon; Brandless expands its clean beauty assortment with 10 new skus; and, Klyie Cosmetics is set to launch a new eyebrow collection, Kybrow, at the end of April.
In total, the event will include 66 brands ranging from iconic to indie, an uptick from last year’s high of 35. Additionally, the annual Gift with Purchase has grown in size and value—another indicator of the outpouring of support from the industry.
As part of its milestone, the brand has announced a partnership with Winnie Harlow and several initiatives to celebrate its expanded mission, which now includes supporting women and girls and the LGBTQ community.
Citing the strong growth of the brands within L’Oréal’s International Designer Collections (IDC) unit, the company has announced the creation of three separate entities within the Luxe Division, along with new leadership appointments.
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