Welcome Guest to Happi

Subscribe Free: Magazine | eNewsletter

current issue February 2015
 •  Cuba & Cosmetics  •  Lauder's Wild for Spokesmodel  •  BASF Optimistic About 2015  •  Kevin Murphy Adds Color  •  Christian Louboutin Opens Beauty Boutique
Print

Search Results for 'brian robinson'

Search For:
Refine by Dates:
From: To:
Past 7 Days        Past 30 Days
Refine By Content:

Search Results:

Nonie Creme To Create Full Beauty Line
Published February 21, 2014
Founding creative director of Butter London to work with TPR. Read More »
The Sweet Smell of Success
By Melissa Meisel, Associate Editor
Published November 6, 2012
The fine fragrance marketplace is bouncing back, with a variety of noteworthy launches from celebrities, fashion designers and cult classic brands. Read More »
Growth Is PDQ for TPR
By Tom Branna, Editorial Director
Published July 14, 2011
Brian Robinson is on a mission to build a powerful portfolio of personal care brands with an international reach. Read More »
Published June 16, 2009
Continues big push into men's grooming. Read More »
You Can Always Go Home Again
Published March 28, 2008
After three years away, Zirh Holdings returns to it original owner. Read More »
Published February 7, 2008
Zirh: Zirh Holdings LLC appointed Paul Schifilliti as vice president of finance. His previous experience includes positions at Estée Lauder and Bumble & Bumble. Mr. Schifilliti will report directly to Brian Robinson, president. Sindhya… Read More »
Published August 29, 2007
Men's brands are going back to former Zirh president Read More »
Gwen Stefani To Rock LOral Paris in New Campaign
Published February 17, 2011
Gwen Stefani To Rock L’Oréal Paris in New Campaign Read More »
Published February 6, 2009
CK One Unveils New Worldwide Ad Campaign Coty Prestige has unveiled a new worldwide advertising campaign for CK One, the shared fragrance that created the unisex fragrance category back in 1994. The new “we are one” campaign offers a… Read More »
Getting Personal
Published November 5, 2008
Masculine products and more skin care-like ingredients are on the rise as makers of personal cleansers look to connect with grooming-conscious men and moisture-craving women. But will new products from major brands keep consumers loyal as the economy continues to wobble? Read More »