HISSYFIT GIFTS CELEBS AT FIRST AMERICAN COUNTRY AWARDS
Lady Antebellum’s Hillary Scott picked up Hissyfit products along with her four ACA wins.
Along with a variety of Hissyfit classics, including Saving Face, Body Double and Handy Work, the brand provided country stars and celebrities with Clockpot, its newest collection that offers highly pigmented colors in silky formulas in an easyto- use palette.
“I can’t think of a better venue to debut the new Clockpot, my first major initiative as creative director of Hissyfit,” said Wells. “It’s a week of firsts—the first-of-its-kind Clockpot, the first ever ACAs... It’s a perfect fit!”
Menswear designer John Bartlett, one of the judges of the Cool vs. Cruel contest, and fellow designer Toby Revis were among the attendees who received gift bags containing VB Cosmetics’ vegan products.
Menswear designer John Bartlett helped get the “fur free” message out at the sixth annual Cool vs. Cruel Awards Ceremony, presented by the Humane Society of the U.S. (HSUS) and The Art Institutes. Cool vs. Cruel challenges art institute students enrolled in fashion programs throughout the U.S. and Canada to creatively reinterpret and replace the animal fur on runway looks by well-known designers. This year’s winners were chosen from among more than 200 entries.
Held at the Bowery Hotel in New York on Nov. 17, 2010 VB Cosmetics and Dazzle Dry products were represented in the gift bags handed out to attendees.