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Jean Paul Guerlain‘s recent racist remarks now have the attention of one of America’s best-known civil rights activists. WWD reports the Rev. Al Sharpton will be flying to France after the mid-term elections to address the insensitive slur Guerlain used twice on a recent news broadcast.
Jean-Paul Guerlain (yes, that Guerlain) is taking some serious heat for using an ugly racial slur not just once but twice during a television interview. The perfumer was discussing the making of his perfume Samsara when he let loose a choice word equivalent to the American N-word.
t’s been a thrilling few weeks for us here at Styleite, watching the veritable deluge of photos pour into Style Sheets as submissions to win our Guerlain Giveaway. There’s one more chance to enter, so be sure to throw your hat into the ring for the last drawing!
With the help of our best friend Rachel Zoe, we’re giving away a lipstick made of rubies, a foundation that has gold in it, and a perfume with a pedigree better than most members of the French nobility. Wanna know how you can win these glorious goodies from Guerlain? Find out how after the jump.
It took the establishment of the eBay Lookbook, a new user-curated shopping website, to help get in touch with Whitney Port long enough to find out why she doesn’t eat pasta. But we also learned a lot about where we’ll be getting a lot of our clothes over the next few months.
Sometimes we wished we didn’t work here so we would be eligible to win the cool things we get to give away. Luckily for those of you who don’t share an office with us, there’s still a chance to win $485 of Guerlain beauty products!
This week sure was something! Threats of trademark lawsuits for Madonna and Beyonce, exclusive photos of Bill and Hillary Clinton dancing, and a Summer’s Eve ad that will leave you speechless. All that (and a chance to win $485 worth of Guerlain beauty products) after the jump.
An engraved bottle from 1870 that once held Guerlain perfume went up for auction in France on Tuesday, and boy did it sell. The flacon, which was engraved with the house of Guerlain’s original address, was expected to go for 20,000 to 30,000 Euros, but instead sold for 45,600 Euros, or about $55,570 at today’s conversion rates.