Iman Cosmetics

Poole Edwards and Red Rooster have won a joint contract for the UK launch of Iman Cosmetics, the range backed by the Somalian supermodel and wife of David Bowie. Poole Edwards will handle the personal promotion of Iman in the UK for 12 months, and has sub-contracted the product branding to Red Rooster for three months - the run up to the retail launch at Selfridges in August. The range is designed to appeal to women of all skin colours.

Poole Edwards and Red Rooster have won a joint contract for the UK

launch of Iman Cosmetics, the range backed by the Somalian supermodel

and wife of David Bowie. Poole Edwards will handle the personal

promotion of Iman in the UK for 12 months, and has sub-contracted the

product branding to Red Rooster for three months - the run up to the

retail launch at Selfridges in August. The range is designed to appeal

to women of all skin colours.



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