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Gwyneth Paltrow Goes Without Makeup At Paris Photo L.a. Art Fair - Us Weekly

Fashion Fair Cosmetics taps Amy Hilliard as president - Chicago Business Journal

Amy Hilliard (1) "Gwyneth looked happy," an eyewitness tells Us Weekly . The recently-separated star, 41, wore black-and-white printed shorts, a white sleeveless top, and canary cross-body purse. Paltrow swept her blonde locks back into a cute ponytail and sported a tiny watch. "She looked beautiful," the eyewitness adds of the clean-living enthusiast, who wore no wedding ring. PHOTOS: Stars without makeup! Paltrow and Chris Martin announced their split in March after nearly 11 years of marriage. The Coldplay frontman, 37, spoke to BBC Radio 1's Zane Lowe on Monday, April 28, about his very public split from the Goop founder, which they described as a "Conscious Uncoupling." Martin explained that the split was in many ways over his "own issues," while adding, "If you don't let love really in, then you can't really give it back." PHOTOS: Gwyneth and Chris through the years In their split announcement, the two stars expressed, "We are parents first and foremost, to two incredibly wonderful children." The Oscar-winning actress was joined Sunday at the risque exhibit by both Apple, 9, and Moses, 8 (who recently celebrated his birthday with a big party at their home in Brentwood). Both kids were unable to join their mom in certain galleries due to age restrictions. PHOTOS: Most shocking celeb splits of 2014 "One [room] had photos of dead bodies," the eyewitness shares. "The door was open so the kids could always see their mom. They looked interested, happy while they waited. They had the type of curiosity you have when you're young and are forbidden to do something." PHOTOS: Gwyneth's surprise BFFs!
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Hilliard as its new president, effective Feb. 24. Hilliard will report to Johnson Publishing CEO Desiree Rogers and will be responsible for leading the cosmetics company's operations, including marketing, sales, operations and retail partnerships. Hilliard replaces Clarisa Wilson , who left Fashion Fair last summer to take a job with a hair care company after a two-year stint . Noted Rogers of the Hilliard appointment: "Amy comes to us with an extensive background in marketing and business development, and we look forward to having her expertise and leadership as we re-launch the Fashion Fair Cosmetics brand and continue our business growth." Added Hilliard: "This company holds an iconic role in the African-American community. I am excited to play a role in the company's growth and expansion globally." Prior to joining Fashion Fair, Hilliard was CEO, President and founder of the ComfortCake Company and the Hilliard Group. Hilliard also served in leadership roles at L'Oreal for the Soft Sheen Products division, Burrell Communications Group, the Pillsbury Co. and the Gillette Co. A Detroit native, Hilliard has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a bachelor's degree from Lagrend Hyaluron Intense Skin Repair Howard University. Founded in 1973, Fashion Fair is the largest African American-owned cosmetics company in the world. The brand can be found in department stores across the United States and Canada and other regions around the world.
original http://www.bizjournals.com/chicago/news/2014/02/04/fashion-fair-cosmetics-names-president.html

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