Rimmel’s muse since 2001, Kate has always embodied the edgy styles and soul of the capital city; she’s the original spokesperson for the London Look. Paying homage to Kate’s most iconic looks, the new anniversary collection celebrates the different facets of her fashion personality from red carpet idol to boho goddess. Kate says: “I’m incredibly proud of my 15 year relationship with Rimmel. It’s a brand very close to my heart; my first ever lipstick was Rimmel Heather Shimmer. The partnership has strengthened and evolved over the years, with me taking an actively creative role. The new anniversary collection echoes some of my favourite London looks from the last decade and a half. I’ve focused on reds and nudes because they’re the colours I love to wear – each shade reflects a different side of me.”
Available from September 2016 at Priceline, Priceline Pharmacy, Chemist Warehouse, Target, Kmart, BIG W, selected pharmacies and selected Coles and Woolworths.
The number of new beauty and personal care products launched each year is staggering and it keeps growing. Not all are eagerly welcomed by consumers and there’s a huge attrition rate. In a bid to suss out the champs that just keep selling year-in, year-out, esprit asked leading brands to reveal what flies off the shelves fastest.
Goldfield & Banks is less than two years old. Founded by Belgian Frenchman, Dimitri Weber – a veteran of the fine fragrance world, working across Europe – the brand is inspired by the natural wonders of the Australian landscape - Australian made fine fragrance highlighting scents unique to Australia’s scenery.
Michael Marzano, the National Education Manager for Agence de Parfum, Australia’s leading niche perfume and home fragrance distribution company, believes that fragrance is the first layer of dressing. It’s what you wear closest to the body and everything follows after that. “Both women and men should absolutely have a fragrance wardrobe that reflects their style, changing moods and every occasion”.