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Prince Charles’s Garden-Inspired Skin-Care Line Is Sold Out

Prince Charles in the garden.Photo: WireImage


• Last month Prince Charles launched a five-piece organic treatment line called Highgrove, after his estate in Gloucestershire. It’s inspired by plants that grow in the garden of his country house and is already sold out at Organic Pharmacy stores and Prince Charles’s boutiques. [WWD]

• Sixty-nine percent of white women, 64 percent of Hispanic women, and 45 percent of black women use sunscreen, according to a survey by the NPD group. How surprising! [WWD]

Vera Wang is launching her third fragrance in November, called Look. It’s meant to inspire confidence, but you could probably already tell that from the name. [Cosmetic News]

• The Ed Hardy for Women and Men fragrances that launched earlier this year were such a hit that Christian Audigier is following up with Love & Luck, a pair of fragrances for men and women, this holiday season. [WWD]

• A Lucky editor thought the LVMH building was so high-tech and confusing it resembled something out of 2001: A Space Odyssey. She almost got trapped in a scary white room there, but made it to her final destination. Beauty missions are tough, people! [Beauty Department Blog/Lucky]

• Stylist Neil Weisberg and colorist Amanda George own Neil George Salon in Beverly Hills, and now they’re launching their own hair-care line. “I would like to be the Californian Frédéric Fekkai,” Weisberg said. Ambitious. [WWD]

Prince Charles’s Garden-Inspired Skin-Care Line Is Sold Out