L’Oréal, the world’s largest cosmetics company, has announced its plans to move its London headquarters to the White City district of west London. The relocation is scheduled for 2023 and will solidify White City’s position as a prominent hub for fashion and beauty.

Currently, White City Place is already home to various fashion and creative businesses, including Ralph & Russo, Yoox-Net-a-Porter, BBC, and ITV Studios. L’Oréal’s decision to join this burgeoning community further enhances the area’s reputation as a fashion and beauty-oriented destination.

The new headquarters, designed by Allies and Morrison, will offer six floors of office space to accommodate L’Oréal’s 1,000 London-based employees. Additionally, the building will house the L’Oréal Academy, which aims to train over 10,000 hairdressers annually.

Vismay Sharma, the country manager of L’Oréal UK and Ireland, expressed excitement about the move, emphasizing that the new location aligns with their ambition to become the leading BeautyTech company. Sharma highlighted the opportunity to provide employees with an innovative workplace that reflects the company’s creative mission.

The decision to relocate to White City showcases L’Oréal’s commitment to staying at the forefront of the beauty industry. Recognizing the importance of fostering collaboration and innovation, L’Oréal aims to drive forward its mission of transforming the beauty industry by joining the dynamic community at White City Place.

With the move planned for 2023, L’Oréal has ample time to prepare for the transition. The relocation not only signifies the company’s growth and success but also contributes to the development and prominence of White City as a fashion and beauty hub in London.

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