Style Notes: Estee Lauder's New Line Sold at Sephora; Rachel Roy Teams with Enrou
Fashion for dinner.
Estee Lauder's efforts to tap a younger market are reaching beyond "it" girl ambassador Kendall Jenner and on to Sephora, land of the beauty-obsessed millennials. The cosmetics giant is releasing a new cosmetics and skincare line called Estee Edit, which will debut at Sephora and on sephora.com on March 15. Priced between $15 and $50, the line includes 82 products inspired by the "social media generation," specifically Jenner and fellow ambassador Irene Kim, and will be divided into "beauty attitudes" (for example, "The Edgiest" or "The Barest") which refer to the type of look customers aspire to achieve. [WWD]
Designer Rachel Roy has partnered with Enrou, a digital market place which supports impoverished communities globally by promoting entrepreneurship and community development, to create two jewelry pieces called for a collection called Love Bomb. The pieces are crafted by Laotian artists out of Vietnam Era bomb fragments and 100% of the proceeds will be donated to The Girls Rising Fund, which supports female education. Roy's involvement is part of her ongoing Kindness is Always Fashionable program. [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Move over, A$AP Rocky. A$AP Ferg is getting his own denim collaboration, too. The rapper has partnered with A Gold E, a premium denim company founded by Citizens of Humanity's Jerome Dehan, for a new line of six denim pieces. The limited-edition capsule collection includes a single style of jeans in four washes as well as a jacket which comes in two washes. The pieces, which range from $250 to $450, will be available at Agolde's site and The Webster on Jan. 31. [WWD]