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Gary Farn, Ltd., Signed a Deal with British Luxury Brand Asprey

January 10, 2007

Fragrance distributor Gary Farn, Ltd., signed a deal with British luxury brand Asprey to distribute its Purple Water eau de cologne line in the U.S. The cologne and bath line were rolled out in November to Asprey boutiques in New York and Beverly Hills, as well as in department store Bergdorf Goodman. The fragrance hits additional specialty stores this spring.

Gary Farn also recently introduced Annick Goutal’s skin care line in the U.S., which was initially developed three years ago in France. The 12-item Splendide skin care line is available at four Barneys New York locations and will be carried exclusively by the retailer for one year. Each product contains active rose serum, which fuses concentrated levels of vitamins A, B, E, F and C to promote cell growth and tissue repair. Prices range from $48 for the 1.7oz. for the Rosée Splendide facial toner to $145 for the 2oz. Crème Splendide Nuit night cream.
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