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The cosmetics conglomerate will acquire a 20% stake in the KKW Beauty business and help it expand into new categories.
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Like so many companies around the globe, KKW Beauty and Kylie Cosmetics have temporarily ceased product fulfillment.
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A new drop is coming this month.
Mario Dedivanovic himself let us in on what went into creating the new KKW x Mario collaboration.
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