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Firmenich Taps P&G Beauty Exec As President Perfumery

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Ilaria Resta has been appointed as president, Perfumery and member of Firmenich’s executive committee. Resta will join on March 2nd, 2020 and will officially take over the leadership of Perfumery on July 1st, 2020.
 
Resta joins Firmenich with more than 22 years of experience in building brands at Procter & Gamble. She has held leadership roles across its Beauty, Fabric and Home Care markets in Europe, North America and globally. In her most recent role as P&G’s vice president North America Hair Care, Resta delivered growth results, led digital and e-commerce programs as well as purpose-driven sustainable experiences and received the WWD Beauty Inc 2019 Brand Builder of the Year Award. An Italian and Swiss citizen, Resta has a Bachelor’s degree in Marketing and Economics from the University of Naples and a Master’s degree in Financial Mathematics.
 
“I warmly welcome Ilaria to Firmenich’s Executive Committee as president of our Perfumery business,” said Gilbert Ghostine, CEO, Firmenich. “Ilaria is an inspiring leader with a great track record of empowering people, building iconic brands and outperforming markets. With her deep consumer understanding and passion for fragrance and innovation, I am confident she will be a partner of choice for our customers to make their brands stronger,” adds Ghostine.
  
“I am very pleased to join Firmenich as President of Perfumery. Fragrance plays a critical role in connecting people with positive experiences and memories, which has been a personal passion for me throughout my career,” commented Resta. “It is an honor for me to lead Firmenich’s Perfumery Business into the future, building on an incredibly strong base of renowned creativity, talent and pioneering innovation. In my new role, I will focus on continuously strengthening the Group’s leadership with the most loved and sustainable fragrances.”
 
Firmenich was recently recognized as the Most Sustainable Company in the Flavor & Fragrances Industry. 



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Colekt brings the genius of Scandinavian design to beauty

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Colekt brings the genius of Scandinavian design to the beauty scene

For the first beauty venture of Acne Studios, Swedish brand Colekt kickstarts the conversation around Scandavian beauty

‘We have had K-Beauty and J-beauty, now it’s time for S-beauty,’ says Ellen af Petersens, co-founder of new Swedish beauty brand Colekt. She referring to Scandinavian beauty and points out that while fashion and design have taken great strides in her country, high end beauty brands are in short supply. So, in 2017 she joined forces with fellow Stockholmer Susanne Vennerstrand, hired a chemist and the design team at Acne Studios (who launched Byredo a decade ago) and set about creating a clean, green, vegan range. 

The first drop, in March, consists of Reward, an oak root face oil (185€ for 30 ml) and Reclaim, a face mist made of mulberry leaf (83€ for 50 ml). They are followed, in May, by three colognes concentrés made with notes of pink pepper and lavandin, osmanthus and cardamom. ‘Everything is made from plant-based ingredients inspired by Swedish flora,’ explains af Petersens, whose mother is a herbalist. The pair worked with perfumers in Grasse and test-ran their products on busy, urban friends who like unisex fragrances in cool, recyclable packing (the grey bottles are inspired by the Swedish archipelago). 

By the end of the year, all ten Colekt products – which stretch from super serums to soaps and candles — will be available online and at select retailers in Copenhagen, New York, Berlin, London, Paris and Stockholm. ‘We want to harvest the best from nature and create a global beauty house,’ says Vennerstrand. ‘Byredo did it, so why can’t we?’  §



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