In a worldwide exclusive, industry authority WWD breaks the silence and the story of Orveda - and Sue Y. Nabi's comeback. Jennifer Weil reports. Click the link to read.
The Financial Times highlights Orveda as one of “the new beauty disruptors”: clever start-ups shaking the giants of the global cosmetic industry.Vogue gives the thumbs up on Orveda: a “landmark” skincare brand from Sue Y. Nabi, “the inspirational former head of Lancôme and L'Oréal”.
The same article also appeared in Financial Times in Chinese.
Vogue gives the thumbs up on Orveda: a “landmark” skincare brand from Sue Y. Nabi, “the inspirational former head of Lancôme and L'Oréal”.
Apres vingt ans chez L'Oréal, suivua d'une année à flairer les tenances beauté, Sue Y. Nabi opère un retour en fanfare avec Orveda, ligne de soins avant-gardiste 100 % vegan.
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The health and wellness magazine, Clearly, gives the heads-up on Orveda: the alternative skin care line offering not only alternative skincare formulations but a vision of beauty that is anti-anti-aging and focused, refreshingly, on health.
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