The fragrance category has evolved to become an essential category for wellness as well as self-expression, according to exclusive insights from major players Coty and L’Oréal, along with a line-up of exciting niche labels.
International beauty major Coty has developed a system that enables dynamic and more representative digital colour adjustments for virtual makeup try-ons, either via video stream or augmented reality (AR).
Leading beauty company Coty has signed a multi-channel agreement with Perfect Corp. to embed a suite of best-in-class augmented reality and artificial intelligence experiences into the digital marketing toolkits of its beauty brands.
So far, the year has seen Sun Chemical acquire the Colors & Effects business from BASF, the launch of Be A 10 Cosmetics, biotech company Amyris buying and launching color brands, Coty taking Kyle Cosmetics vegan, and more. But recent headlines about...
D2C beauty is everything in 2020. So cosmetics, personal care, and fragrance brands of every size are investing and expanding to get in front of consumers online. And that’s just what Coty is doing with KylieSkin in 4 new markets.
Coty’s move to acquire a 20% stake in Kim Kardashian West’s beauty line KKW will enable it to leverage the power and buzz of personality-driven cosmetics – especially important in the face of ongoing COVID-19 challenges, says GlobalData.
International beauty major Coty has filed a patent on a method to personalise perfumes by blending scent additives into existing products or building customised blends using a broad-spectrum starter formulation.
Last October, the beauty company announced plans to divest its retail hair and pro beauty business to concentrate squarely on fragrance, cosmetics, and skin care. Now, Coty has signed a deal to make those plans reality.
This past week Coty bought controlling stake in Kylie Cosmetics, The Estée Lauder Companies acquired Korea-based skin care brand Dr Jart+, and Olaplex accepted a private equity deal from Advent International. To get a sense of what these transactions...
After two and a half years of holding controlling stake in the digital-first, direct-to-consumer beauty brand, Coty announced yesterday that the two entities have arrived at a “mutual decision to terminate their partnership.”
Interested creative professionals and technology starts-ups have under one month to submit brand-specific pitches to Coty for consideration in the competition, which is an extension of the Digital Accelerator program that Coty launched last year.
Right now in Bonn, Germany, 100+ US companies, institutions, and leaders are taking part in the UN Climate talks known as COP23. Besides those mentioned already, select industry suppliers and some smaller finished goods beauty and personal care brands...
Early this month, a sold-out CEW Newsmaker Forum featured Pane in conversation with Jenny B. Fine, executive beauty editor of WWD. Over the course of the evening, Coty’s CEO discussed his business strategy for the multinational, his vision for the company’s...
Monday, Coty announced that it’s completed the acquisition of global long-term license rights to Burberry beauty. The two ventures will now collaborate on the luxury brand’s future in the cosmetics, fragrance, and personal care...
Coty’s previous CSO retired from the company earlier this summer having, as his final project, stayed on to help the Coty team integrate the P&G beauty brands. Friday, the new chief scientist starts to work.
The global beauty corporation released Q4 and full-year results this month, disclosing how Coty’s acquisitions of not only the P&G Beauty Business but also of ghd and Younique are impacting the business.
The beauty maker’s planed move to a site west of Los Angeles has been approved by both the city’s council and planning committee. And, while the decision has upset select local leaders and residents, it’s not generating nearly as much press as other recent...
Having now completed the acquisition of P&G’s specialty beauty business, which doubled the company’s annual revenue, Coty takes its place as a global leader in fragrance, color cosmetics, and professional hair care and styling.
The cosmetics, skin care, and fragrance company announced its latest financials this week, showing a decline in revenue for the year, better numbers on a quarterly basis, and optimism about integrating the beauty brands that Coty is acquiring from P&G.
In a deal announced yesterday, the global cosmetics and beauty care company added the Cutex international business to its portfolio of brands. Coty gave up the nail brand as part of that company’s ongoing transformation.
Coty has moved one step closer to completing the acquisition of a large slice of the Procter & Gamble’s beauty brands after European Commission gave its approval for the deal under the EU Merger Regulation.
Coty is struggling to grow its non-core brands in a tough North American fragrance market, reporting flat revenue for the first quarter, however it is meeting expectations and interim CEO Bart Becht says it is making ‘gradual progress’.
Shares have risen in Coty since it announced its intention to acquire luxury fragrance and color cosmetics brand Bourjois from Chanel, but a Euromonitor analysts says the deal does not cover all bases.
Multi-national cosmetics player Coty is set to launch a massive IPO this Thursday on the New York Stock Exchange. It should raise in excess of $1bn for the company and experts are predicting a success.