Beauty giant Coty is set to relaunch the Playboy Fragrances in a collaboration with creative agency Leo Burnett France, with the launch complemented by a global campaign with the tagline ‘Never Stop Playing.’
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble has announced a $100 million investment in its China Digital Innovation Centre, based in Guangzhou Development District.
A new eyeshadow palette from beauty brand The Balm Cosmetics is creating a stir online due to the apparent racist connotations of the color names.
AmorePacific has announced a new duty free sales policy that aims to cut down the onslaught of illegal traders who buy Korean products in bulk then resell for a lower price in China.
Firmenich has appointed Dr. Bérangère Magarinos-Ruchat as Global Head of Sustainability, who has been promoted from her previous role as VP Sustainability Partnerships.
Radio 1 DJ and model Clara Amfo has severed ties with L’Oréal after the French beauty giant sacked fellow spokesmodel Munroe Bergdorf last week. Amfo has asked that her image be removed from any future campaigns.
Pantone has unveiled its Fashion Color Trend Spring 2018 Report, and it looks like we’re going to be seeing a whole lotta yellow on the catwalk and in store.
L’Oréal Travel Retail Asia Pacific celebrated the new-look opening of its 55 sqm Haitang Bay Yves Saint Laurent boutique with a three-day #MyLipVibes pop-up party.
Asos has unveiled its first color cosmetics line, according to a reports published by Refinery 29 and Teen Vogue. The range will be available to shop from September 20.