Oscar de la Renta will launch Live in Love, a new fragrance for women, in October. The name is taken from a tattoo on his atelier director’s arm.
This is about how you embrace life — you live in love. It’s not a person, it’s loving life, it’s loving the life you live, what you give, what you have received.
Live in Love is a green floral developed by perfumers Jean Marc Chaillanand Carlos Benaïm. Notes include bergamot, ginger orchid, hyacinth, muguet, galbanum, jasmine Sambac, orange blossom, rose, white woods, musk, amber, sandalwood and cedar.
Oscar de la Renta Live in Love will be available in 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Parfum ($58-98).
By Jocelyn - Tuesday, October 4th, 2011 at 11:11am
Liv Tyler has just been announced as the new spokesperson for Pantene.
The ‘Lord of the Rings’ actress – who has been the face of Givenchy since 2003 – will front the campaign for the hair care brand’s ‘Repair and Protect’ range and says she has been a fan of their products for some time.
She said: “I’m really excited about working with Pantene on this new project, especially as I did a Pantene ad back in 1996 when I was 19. I’ve tried lots of different hair care brands over the years, but Pantene is my favourite as it always leaves my hair looking and feeling really healthy.”
Liv – whose mother is model Bebe Buell – has previously revealed she often takes beauty advice from her father Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler, and says he is full of useful tips.
The 34-year-old beauty said: “My father is full of great beauty advice, like wear your perfume in your belly button and on the soles of your feet so that it becomes part of you.
“My grandmother gives me major hope, my dad too because he hasn’t had any work done and looks amazing. He doesn’t have any wrinkles.”
PS: Let’s talk about Liv’s dress for a sec. What on earth was she thinking? She’s so gorgeous, why would she mess it up with this! Here she is attending the Givenchy Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2012 show which took place during Paris Fashion Week in Paris.
Procter & Gamble’s oldest and most iconic brand, Ivory, today released a bold new advertising campaign and vibrant product packaging design for its line of bar soaps and body washes. The refreshingly honest campaign highlights the simplicity of the Ivory soap product that consumers have loved for more than 130 years while contemporizing the product’s look and feel.
Developed by Portland-based Wieden+Kennedy, the new ad campaign takes a humorous look at what are called “Ivoryisms” or refreshingly honest product truths. Smart, edgy and irreverent “Ivoryisms” like “Cleanliness Needn’t Involve Costliness” will start appearing in the national broadcast, print and online advertising campaign starting Oct. 2011.
Soap & Glory supports Breast Cancer Awareness with their top selling Righteous Body Butter.
Soap & Glory is proud to announce that from every tub of The Righteous Butter Body Butter sold during the month of October, they will donate $1 to Breast Cancer Research.
The brand, created by serial entrepreneur and beauty guru Marcia Kilgore (the brains behind Bliss and FitFlop) is currently relaunching in Sephora and has been greeted with unparalleled success. Products range from shower gels and lotions to fragrance and lip plumpers, all with Marcia’s signature cheek and retro-inspired designs.
Our bestselling The Righteous Butter Body Butter is an intensive moisturizing cream, loaded with super-nourishing SHEA BUTTER and humectants ALOE VERA, and an addictive floral, fresh bergamot, ozone, peach, sandalwood and musk fragrance.