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Mass fragrance isn’t interesting to anyone anymore

“Mass fragrance isn’t interesting to anyone anymore,” said one drugstore chain buyer who has chopped footage to the category significantly. “Celebrity fragrance is nowhere,” the buyer added, noting that in the past, star-studded brands kept the department afloat. — From Mass Market Fragrance’s Great Disappearing Act at Women's Wear Daily (premium content). Premium scents have […]
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