Caitlyn is coming out of the park swinging…. She is being courted by beauty brands to become a spokeswoman. MAC Cosmetics, which is owned by Estée Lauder, has already had “several high-level meetings over the past few months” with Jenner to discuss becoming a face of the colorful cosmetics line.
According to Page Six
months before the cover was unveiled, execs at MAC were already discussing the possibility of having Caitlyn as a spokeswoman. “They’ve been debating the pros and cons and whether it would be a good fit or not. There’s a camp that’s so excited and another that’s a bit more cautious,” a source told Page Six.
ge Six ran into Estée Lauder group president John Demsey at the CFDA Awards Monday night at Lincoln Center, and he described Caitlyn’s Vanity Fair cover as “simply amazing, iconic, epic, disruptive, bold, glamorous,” adding, “There’s never been someone with that level of celebrity who’s ever done something so bold and so visible in public, and it’s done very elegantly and glamorously.” Demsey last year signed Kendall Jenner as the face of Estée Lauder.
Caitlyn Jenner’s emergence was the talk of the CFDAs, attended by fashion bigwigs including Tom Ford, Anna Wintour, Michael Kors, Alexander Wang, Pharrell, Gigi Hadid and Karlie Kloss.
Kim Kardashian told us she was on hand to help Jenner pick clothes for her stylish Vanity Fair shoot by Annie Leibovitz. She added, of the reaction to the shoot, “I love that everyone has just been so kind and so gracious, and that’s all that she really wants.”
1. Caitlyn is nobody’s style/beauty icon. How could she be when she just transitioned 5 min ago? But they want me to buy products based on the trans hype.
2. Caitlin is a self-proclaimed Reagan Republican. When you consider Viva Glam, MAC’s AIDS charity, her views contradict much of what the company stands for. Just because this person is a part of the LGBT community doesn’t mean they support it