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The Natori Company and Parlux Fragrances, Inc. have signed a global licensing agreement to launch a luxurious new fragrance line

June 23, 2008

The Natori Company and Parlux Fragrances, Inc. have signed a global licensing agreement to launch a luxurious new fragrance line. The scent will debut in September 2009 in the U.S., with an international roll-out shortly thereafter. “Josie Natori is a visionary designer. She is in perfect sync with the mindset of modern women as she transforms simple elements of daily life into sensual, luxurious experiences. The allure and romance of the East-into-West spirit her designs express will make this a timeless introduction,” said Neil Katz, chairman and CEO of Parlux Fragrances. “The Natori brand’s versatility and effortless sophistication translates beautifully to a fragrance we believe will truly have global appeal.” More info: www.parlux.com
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