I don't believe that Beauty for Mankind,
as a cosmetics manufacturer,
would infringe on Seven for all Mankind,
doesn't market cosmetics. I cannot discuss other trademarks
, because I don't know what they are.
I could see a possible legal action to test your right to use the trademark, and the cost to defend the action could put your new enterprise into bankruptcy (estimate $25,000 to defend). You could avoid this sort of risk by using something other than Mankind
(which is somewhat paradoxic as a name for a cosmetics line, since as a general rule, men don't wear cosmetics -- where as men do wear denim, which is what Seven
You might want to consider Beauty for the World, ...for Humanity, ...for Earth,...for the Species --
also, consider changing the preposition for
, instead (e.g., Beauty of the World
I'm not try to challenge your creativity here. I'm just making some suggestions so as to reduce your risk profile, so that no large manufacturer actually starts the legal machinery rolling against you, just to see if you will cave in.
Hope this helps.