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(born Evelyn Hausner in 1936) has been called an example of the quintessential American success story. Born in Vienna, Austria, she and her parents fled the Nazi occupation by leaving first for Belgium, then to England, and lastly to the United States.
She attended New York public schools, and went to Hunter College, where she was introduced to Leonard Lauder, who would later become her husband.
Evelyn Lauder's most recognizable contributions to the beauty industry, breast cancer research, and more.
Remembering Evelyn Lauder, 1936-2011