Marc Jacobs has launched a beauty line in collaboration with Sephora that includes a range specifically designed for men. The latest range is the company’s attempt to cash in on the lucrative male grooming sector. The range starts from £15 and also includes a seven-shade eyeshadow palette for £37.
Estée Lauder Companies, Inc. has unveiled plans to expand its presence in sub-Saharan Africa by rolling out its Clinique and MAC brands on the continent. Sue Fox, Estée Lauder’s managing director for sub-Saharan Africa, told Reuters this week that the cosmetics giant had been “inundated” with requests after launching its MAC makeup in Nigeria’s largest city Lagos, and will be opening another store in the city within weeks.
The auctioneer is merging their real estate and fine wine segments to create a new service which aids clients in purchasing vineyards. The legendary auction house, which specialises in 80 different categories including, fine art, jewellery, photographs and collectibles, will form Vineyards by Christie’s International Real Estate in response to a growing demand from its customers.
The luxury sector has remained resilient at a time when many high street retailers are finding themselves against the wall or on the shelf as the tense economic climate shows no signs of letting up.
Marni has confirmed that it will collaborate with cosmetics giant Estée Lauder to produce a scent for release in 2012.
Lauder’s spokeswoman Veronique Gabai-Pinsky has commented that “wearing Marni is like wearing a piece of art”. According to well-known beauty publications, the scent will have to potential to be as iconic as house fragrances by Jean-Paul Gaultier and Moschino.
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