Ning Chang will work with the skin care brand across its social media channels and advertising campaigns
Revlon-owned beauty brand Elizabeth Arden has signed Taiwanese actress Ning Chang as its first-ever Asia Ambassador.
Born Janine Chang, the 36-year-old will feature across the US brand’s social media channels and advertising campaigns in an effort to boost awareness of its skin care franchises.
Chang, who was born in Germany, graduated from the National Central University with a degree in law before becoming an actress.
Commenting on her new partnership, Chang said: “I am very proud to be a part of the Elizabeth Arden family [...] as I have been using the products for many years, which makes this partnership that much more special.
“I am excited to work as a partner with the Elizabeth Arden team to share the creative innovations and history of the brand with women near and far.”
Ava Huang, Elizabeth Arden’s Global General Manager, added: “Ning possesses and effortless, heartfelt personality, and there is a quiet, yet strong elegance in her, a type of beauty that resonates well with women around the world, and particularly with women in Asia.
“We believe this partnership will connect the brand’s commitment to innovation and quality of life while inspiring Asian women on the relentless pursuit of beauty and betterment.”
The brand is now sold in more than 120 countries since it was founded in 1910.