Chantecaille, the skin care, makeup and fragrance brand created and developed by Sylvie Chantecaille and her family, celebrated the opening of their new beauty counter at Bloomingdale’s in New York City on December 3. Known for their use of plant-based formulas and high concentration of natural botanicals, the line has always sought to raise awareness for important environmental concerns. A major highlight of the counter space is the “philanthropy wall,” where photographs of endangered species are framed and displayed for customers to view.

“Helping to support these causes is an integral part of the brand and a way for us to give back to the bountiful nature that serves as our inspiration for beautiful palettes,” said Olivia Chantecaille, creative director of Chantecaille.
Howard Kreitzman, vice president of cosmetics and perfumes for Bloomingdale’s, helped to cut the ribbon during the official unveiling, during which he expressed his enthusiasm for the partnership.

“Chantecaille’s architects and our designers were able to create a space that allows the brand to express itself in a meaningful way,” said Kreitzman. “They are off to a great start here, and this is only the beginning.”

Chantecaille 2 Chantecaille 1 Chantecaille 3
Bloomingdale’s Michael Gould and Howard Kreitzman with Sylvie Chantecaille of Chantecaille (c.). The new Chantecaille beauty counter at Bloomingdale’s. Michael Gould, Sylvie Chantecaille and Howard Kreitzman.
Chantecaille 5 Chantecaille 4  
The “philanthropy wall.” Chantecaille’s Alex Chantecaille and Anne Keating of Bloomingdale’s.  


If you are interested in advertising in Cosmetic World, please contact: Debra Davis 212-840-8800 x245