L’Oréal retains title as world’s most valuable brand; Estée Lauder and Natura remain strong on Brand Finance Cosmetics 50 report
L’Oréal has retained its title as the world’s most valuable brand, topping the Brand Finance Cosmetics 50 report.
Charlotte Tilbury Beauty announces three-year partnership to support The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme
Charlotte Tilbury Beauty has announced a three-year partnership with The Prince’s Trust to to provide significant funding to create a multi layered programme of support for The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme.
L’Oréal celebrates 25 years as official partner of the Festival de Cannes; reinforces commitment to supporting women who make cinema
L’Oréal has celebrated 25 years as the official partner of Festival de Cannes, returning to the festival to reaffirm its commitment to supporting women who make cinema.
Inter Parfums has announced that its Dunhill fragrance license will expire at the end of September this year, and will not be renewed.
Beiersdorf has halted investments in marketing and promoting in Russia in response to the invasion of the Ukraine, however, will continue its business in the country due to the products service essential consumers needs, according to Chief Executive Vincent Warnery.
Unilever Chief Digital & Commercial Officer and WFA Deputy President, Conny Braams has called for collective action from regulators, governments, advertisers, tech companies and people to create a truly decentralised, safe and trusted environment online that puts people first in the next iteration of the web.
Charlotte Tilbury is claiming to break new ground in the beauty industry as the first brand to launch a 3D volumetric avatar – in this case of the make-up line’s eponymous founder.
Lush is set to reinvest in its British operations following the company’s buy-out of its North American partner, which would add more than 80 per cent to its revenues as its single largest market, according to the FT.com.
Johnson & Johnson (J&J) is to become the latest brand to halt sales in Russia following its invasion of the Ukraine, and will no longer sell personal care products in the country, according to a report by Reuters.
The European Commission has proposed an update to EU consumer regulations which would require brands to label products with their average lifespan and include instructions on repair, as well as usher in a ban on ‘greenwashing’.