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Unilever teamed up with fashion designer

November 22, 2005

Unilever teamed up with fashion designer Cynthia to unveil her Spring 2005 collection—Ms. Rowley’s first-ever, almost entirely machine washable clothing line. The collection premiered in September during New York’s Fashion Week. “With all the hi-tech fabrics and blends now available, plus advances in fabrics that were once dry-clean only, like linen and wool, all you need today is a washing machine and a detergent like All that gets out the most common stains,” Ms. Rowley insisted. The All detergent brand will also sport a new look of its own in 2005, according to Unilever executives.
l Cargo Cosmetics makes lip gloss portable and practical with the new DailyGloss. DailyGloss includes 30 single servings of gloss in ultra-portable, individually-sealed pouches. It comes in three popular shades, with 10 single servings of each shade. “Women want…their makeup to fit into their schedules, their routines and their travels,” said Hana Zalzal, founder and president of Cargo. “DailyGloss does just that.” DailyGloss went on-shelf last month at Sephora stores across the U.S.
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