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Announced as Official Make-up Sponsor for House of Holland at London Fashion Week

The Body Shop Announced as Official Make-up Sponsor for House of Holland at London Fashion Week

The Body Shop is excited to announce that it will be the official make-up sponsor for the House of Holland AW17 and SS18 shows at London Fashion Week during 2017.
The February AW17 show will be the first execution of a year-long partnership between the global ethical beauty retailer and iconic British fashion house.

Arnaud Jeanteur, General Manager Brand, The Body Shop International said: “The Body Shop is an outspoken, activist, British-born brand and we are delighted to be collaborating with boundary-breaking, outspoken, irreverent British fashion designer, Henry Holland.”

The House of Holland AW17 and SS18 shows will feature The Body Shop cruelty-free make-up, which is packed with 100% vegetarian ingredients, nearly half being vegan.
It is formulated without  petrolatum, mineral oil, gluten or carmine. It is enriched with Community Trade ingredients like honey and marula oil, and of course never, ever tested on animals.

The make-up team will be headed by Ciara O’Shea, newly appointed Global Makeup Artist for The Body Shop.  She will work with a team of talented makeup artists, which will include rising stars from The Body Shop. Ciara, one of the most sought after makeup artists in the industry, is known for her youthful approach to beauty and her colourful take on the world of make-up.  She was previously Pat McGrath’s assistant for 6 years and has worked on fashion shows; Osman, Mother of Pearl, Paul & Joe, Alexander Lewis, Grace Wales Bonner, Xander Zhou, Costume National and Clio Peppiatt.

“I’m really excited to be collaborating with The Body Shop and working with Ciara on our shows for the next two seasons. I have such strong memories of The Body Shop and growing up with their products. They stand for such great things and have a very powerful message.The beauty look is so important when building the narrative of the collection and I feel they are a great partnership for us at House of Holland.” Henry Holland.