Coty launches new corporate website
NEW YORK — Coty announced on Friday the unveiling of its new corporate website, which modernizes the company’s digital presence and is designed to reflect Coty’s innovative "Faster. Further. Freer." corporate culture.
Iris Worldwide — an independent, integrated marketing agency — created the new website, located at Coty.com. The new site incorporates the most current content from each of Coty’s 50+ brands’ Twitter, Facebook and YouTube pages, creating a continuously evolving site.
"The refreshed Coty website provides a live snapshot of a brand’s world through a real-time, socially enabled experience," stated Sean Reynolds, global creative director at iris. "The new site construction pays homage to each brand, granting them control over their individual pages in order to convey a unique brand personality."
Coty’s brands include Adidas, Beyoncé, Calvin Klein, Davidoff and Rimmel. The site highlights the company’s portfolio of fragrance, color cosmetics, nail, and skin and body care labels. Geared toward current Coty employees, prospective talent, media, investors and consumers, the site is unique in its wide range of audiences and serves as a looking glass into Coty’s unique corporate culture.
"We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new corporate website, which we feel better represents our culture, constantly evolving brand portfolio and rich history," stated Coty CEO Bernd Beetz. "By incorporating social media, we are bringing Coty content to a higher level, providing users with accurate, up-to-date information in one central location."
The site also features a newsfeed, located on the homepage, that will highlight brand news and press releases.
Iris Worldwide has been working with Coty since 2008. The agency’s previous work with Coty includes the creation and execution of Beyoncé Parfums global website and Facebook page; the Madonna Truth or Dare website; Faith Hill and Tim McGraw’s Soul2Soul website and Facebook page; and Rimmel London’s fully integrated social media strategy and activation.
British celebrity hair stylist Lee Stafford brings hair care collection to U.S.
NEW YORK — British celebrity hair stylist Lee Stafford has brought his line of hair care products to the United States. The collection, which is housed in signature bright pink packaging, now is available at Duane Reade locations throughout New York City and at Ulta locations nationwide.
From shampoos and styling products to hair growth treatments, Stafford and developers have spent years crafting the line referred to as The Pink Range. With names such as Messed Up and Ruff As You Like It, each product is an example of Stafford’s signature edgy style. Driven by innovation, Stafford’s products, including their newly launched argan oil products and the Hair Growth range, are at the front line of development.
Stafford originally developed The Pink Range to satisfy his need for a cohesive line that could produce desired results on his own clients. He uses each of the products in his own salon as his stamp of approval, and strives to bring his specialty salon care into women’s at-home routine.
The National Hairdressers Federation named Stafford as the U.K.’s Most Influential Hairdresser of 2010. With a roster of numerous celebrities including The Rolling Stones, Avril Lavigne, Dido and many more, Stafford is well known across the U.K. as a stylist, product creator, editorial spokesperson and hair care educator.
Priced from $7.99 to $14.99, the line offers something for every hair type, from bleach blonde to dark, beachy waves to poker straight hair. Launched in 2001, the hair care collection is available in 28 countries across the globe.
Bill Rancic to serve as Rogaine’s first-ever ‘Growth Coach’
MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. — Rogaine has tapped Bill Rancic, an American entrepreneur, motivational speaker and star of the reality show "Giuliana & Bill," to serve as the brand’s first-ever "Growth Coach."
In this new role, Rancic, who first came on to the national scene when he was hired by Donald Trump as the winner of the first season of "The Apprentice," will share his personal story to help empower men to take control of their hair loss and build confidence. Specifically, he will share his own Rogaine success story and offer advice through Facebook, Twitter, an upcoming contest and various other online channels. Rancic also will be featured in Rogaine advertorials and print advertising in men’s publications.
"Bill’s perseverance in business and his personal life, coupled with his confidence and intelligence, makes him the perfect role model for men who might be reluctant to try a hair growth product like Rogaine,” stated Hugh Dineen, VP marketing for Johnson & Johnson Consumer Cos. "We are confident that creating an official ‘Growth Coach’ with Bill will give men the tools they need to take the next step in growing their game."