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By Katy O'Donnell and Katy O'Donnell,Sun reporter | October 4, 2007
For nearly three years, Aerin Lauder left a scent in her wake that people she knew couldn't get enough of. She smelled of gardenias and tuberose flowers, wearing a fragrance created exclusively for her. Now, others can get their hands on the Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia perfume, which costs $65 to $300. Yesterday, Lauder, granddaughter of Estee Lauder - the founder of the cosmetics company that bears her name, greeted customers from behind the Estee Lauder counter at Saks Fifth Avenue in Chevy Chase, promoting the fragrance she created as a tribute to her late grandmother.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,fred.rasmussen@baltsun.com | August 23, 2009
Nickolas Benjamin Pippen, a chemical engineer and volunteer, died Aug. 13 of complications from a bone marrow transplant at Johns Hopkins Hospital. The Joppatowne resident was 26. Mr. Pippen was born in Baltimore and raised in Joppatowne. He was a 2000 graduate of Joppatowne High School, where he played first base on the school's varsity baseball team and was a member of its golf team. He earned a degree in chemical engineering in 2005 from the A. James Clark School of Engineering at the University of Maryland, College Park.
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By BLOOMBERG NEWS | September 26, 2004
Real estate mogul Donald Trump, the star of a television show based on his business life, is lending his name to a new scent from Estee Lauder Cos. Donald Trump, The Fragrance will be sold in Bloomingdale's and Macy's department stores starting in mid-November, New York-based Estee Lauder said in a statement. The maker of Clinique and Bobbi Brown cosmetics didn't disclose financial terms of the multiyear agreement. Trump, whose casino and hotel business has been losing money for eight years, is capitalizing on the celebrity status he began cultivating in the 1980s.
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By Katy O'Donnell and Katy O'Donnell,Sun reporter | October 4, 2007
For nearly three years, Aerin Lauder left a scent in her wake that people she knew couldn't get enough of. She smelled of gardenias and tuberose flowers, wearing a fragrance created exclusively for her. Now, others can get their hands on the Private Collection Tuberose Gardenia perfume, which costs $65 to $300. Yesterday, Lauder, granddaughter of Estee Lauder - the founder of the cosmetics company that bears her name, greeted customers from behind the Estee Lauder counter at Saks Fifth Avenue in Chevy Chase, promoting the fragrance she created as a tribute to her late grandmother.
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By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | September 27, 1997
Two former Noxell executives and the man with whom they built a popular mass market cosmetic brand said yesterday that they will sell out to industry powerhouse Estee Lauder Companies Inc. of New York.The deal with Sassaby Inc. will be Estee Lauder's first venture into the mass market of face cosmetics. The company has previously not strayed from selling to the "prestige" market with higher priced products that are sold largely through department stores.Sassaby, which has an estimated $25 million in annual sales, sells jane, a brand of lipstick, nail polish and other cosmetics aimed at the teen-age market that sell for about $2.99 each and are carried by Target Stores Inc. and Wal-Mart Stores Inc.The company is based in Cardiff by the Sea, Calif.
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By Michael Pakenham | April 4, 2004
Art of the Japanese Postcard: Masterpieces from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection. MFA Publications. 288 pages with 370 illustrations, 350 in color. $45. This is the enchanting catalog of an exhibition of the enormous Lauder collection, presented by Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, which will be on display through June 10. The cards were made between 1880 and 1940, from work by graphic designers and contemporary artists -- a rich popular commercial art...
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August 17, 2007
Estee Lauder Cos. Shares lost $2.85, or 6.6 percent, to $40.30 after the maker of Clinique cosmetics reported a fiscal fourth-quarter profit and issued an annual earnings forecast that trailed estimates by analysts.
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By LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | March 15, 2003
Oscar presenters have much to look forward to: the coveted Oscar goodie bag. Originally created as a small token of appreciation to about 40 presenters, it has grown to a Hefty bag-size basket. According to Hollywood buzz, the gift basket, which was valued at $8,000 back in 1999, is now worth nearly $30,000. So, what's in the bag for 2003? Below is a partial list with manufacturers' estimated retail value: Estee Lauder Oscar Spa package (a custom-made Goyard travel case stuffed with Manolo Blahnik sandals, Hermes beach towel, La Grande Dame Veuve Clicquot champagne, gift certificate for spa services, Estee Lauder cosmetics)
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By Robin Givhan and Robin Givhan,Knight-Ridder Newspapers | November 27, 1991
We had just seen Estee Lauder's beauty princess, Paulina Porizkova, shamelessly hawking her new makeup video on the "Arsenio Hall Show," when the video arrived on our desk. "A Private Lesson," with makeup artist Mark Hayles, features demonstrations on Paulina, her mother, Anna, and her teen-age cousin, Veronica Raich.Believe us when we say that we watched this videotape with a certain amount of twisted anticipation. Oh yeah, we were thinking up the wisecracks and barbs even as we were sliding the tape into the VCR. Won't this be just a delight watching the nearly flawless complexion of Paulina being transformed into a completely flawless one?
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July 31, 1991
Unless you want to have a sneezing fit, don't open any magazines for the next few months.Why?Because three monster perfumes are about to be launched by Calvin Klein (Escape), Elizabeth Taylor (White Diamonds) and Estee Lauder (Spellbound). The new perfumes, all of which are said to be in that overwhelming Giorgio vein, will be introduced through scent strips in major magazines.More than 70 million strips will be inserted in magazines from now through the fall. And if that's not enough to get your nose to itching, imagine the perfume demonstrators that will be laying in wait at the department store to spritz you.
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August 17, 2007
Estee Lauder Cos. Shares lost $2.85, or 6.6 percent, to $40.30 after the maker of Clinique cosmetics reported a fiscal fourth-quarter profit and issued an annual earnings forecast that trailed estimates by analysts.
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By CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS AND ANNE-MARIE O'CONNOR and CHRISTOPHER REYNOLDS AND ANNE-MARIE O'CONNOR,LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 20, 2006
LOS ANGELES -- A 1907 Gustav Klimt portrait of Vienna, Austria, aristocrat Adele Bloch-Bauer looted by the Nazis and recently returned to a Los Angeles woman and her relatives has been sold to a small New York museum for the highest-known price ever paid for a painting. Cosmetics magnate Ronald S. Lauder bought the painting, Adele Bloch-Bauer I, on behalf of the museum he founded, the Neue Galerie in New York. While the exact sale price remains unclear, the Los Angeles attorney representing Maria Altmann and four other heirs said Sunday that Lauder paid the highest-known price for a painting.
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September 21, 2005
On Monday, September 19, 2005, KATHRYN (nee Nolting), age 91, passed peacefully to our Lord. She is predeceased by her husband Frank M. Schmidt, Sr. She is survived by her son Frank (Bud) Scmidt, Jr., his wife Mary, Robert F. Schmidt, his wife Carolyn and daughter-in-law Patricia Schmidt. She is also survived by four granddaughters and their husbands: Pamela Taylor, Sharon De Lauder, Wendy Howser and Tana Brooks. Additionally she is survived by twelve great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.
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By BLOOMBERG NEWS | September 26, 2004
Real estate mogul Donald Trump, the star of a television show based on his business life, is lending his name to a new scent from Estee Lauder Cos. Donald Trump, The Fragrance will be sold in Bloomingdale's and Macy's department stores starting in mid-November, New York-based Estee Lauder said in a statement. The maker of Clinique and Bobbi Brown cosmetics didn't disclose financial terms of the multiyear agreement. Trump, whose casino and hotel business has been losing money for eight years, is capitalizing on the celebrity status he began cultivating in the 1980s.
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | April 27, 2004
A skin-care product's promise of radiant, rejuvenated skin is tempting enough. Throw in a gift with a purchase and who can resist? Estee Lauder, who died Saturday at age 97, will be as remembered for her marketing prescience as her self-named beauty empire. Just say the magic words, "This special gift is yours at no extra charge," and wallets automatically opened, Lauder discovered early in her career. A gift is a gift, she realized, no matter how much you pay for it. Lauder, who started her business by selling four homemade skin-care products in 1930, "absolutely, superbly understood the counter and how to engage the customer," says Adelaide Farah, group editorial director for Beauty Fashion Magazine, a monthly trade publication.
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April 26, 2004
NATIONAL Abortion-rights march in D.C. Hundreds of thousands of abortion rights advocates marched through Washington and gathered on the National Mall to raise awareness for what they say is a dangerous erosion of reproductive freedoms. The activists sought to highlight concerns raised by recent legal battles and legislative measures. [Page 1a] Cosmetics queen Lauder dies Estee Lauder, founder of the international beauty empire that bears her name, died Saturday of cardiopulmonary arrest at her Manhattan home, said her son Leonard A. Lauder.
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September 21, 2005
On Monday, September 19, 2005, KATHRYN (nee Nolting), age 91, passed peacefully to our Lord. She is predeceased by her husband Frank M. Schmidt, Sr. She is survived by her son Frank (Bud) Scmidt, Jr., his wife Mary, Robert F. Schmidt, his wife Carolyn and daughter-in-law Patricia Schmidt. She is also survived by four granddaughters and their husbands: Pamela Taylor, Sharon De Lauder, Wendy Howser and Tana Brooks. Additionally she is survived by twelve great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren.
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By New York Times News Service | August 21, 1991
To introduce the new fragrance Spellbound, the Estee Lauder company is going to great lengths. In addition to inserting the usual 20 million or so scent strips in magazines, the company has produced a video, "Scenes From a Fragrance," which has been mailed to 250,000 selected customers. (Can't wait, can you?).The videocassette is also being shrink-wrapped with Elle magazine as a giveaway at newsstands in 10 test-market cities."In the old days, fragrances were marketed by spraying women in department stores," said Robin Burns, the president and chairman of Estee Lauder USA, who said Spellbound had the most expensive marketing campaign in the company's history.
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By Bettijane Levine and Bettijane Levine,LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 26, 2004
Estee Lauder, founder of the international beauty empire that bears her name and undisputed queen of America's prestige cosmetics industry who pioneered such concepts as the now ubiquitous "gift with purchase," has died. She was believed to be 97, although some sources list her date of birth as July 1, 1908. The doyenne of makeup died Saturday at her home on the Upper East Side of Manhattan of cardiopulmonary arrest, said son Leonard A. Lauder. A self-propelled dynamo, Ms. Lauder raised cosmetics merchandising to an art form through incessant work, a passion for quality and creative sales techniques.
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By Michael Pakenham | April 4, 2004
Art of the Japanese Postcard: Masterpieces from the Leonard A. Lauder Collection. MFA Publications. 288 pages with 370 illustrations, 350 in color. $45. This is the enchanting catalog of an exhibition of the enormous Lauder collection, presented by Boston's Museum of Fine Arts, which will be on display through June 10. The cards were made between 1880 and 1940, from work by graphic designers and contemporary artists -- a rich popular commercial art...
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