This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Firm is no longer developing women's scent for J. G. Hook ("The Rose Sheet" Nov. 1, 1993, p. 4). The company says it has decided to spend more time expanding its Robert Piguet, Frakas and Bandit fragrance lines. Alfin recently lost U.S. distribution rights for two Jean Desprez fragrances, after Jean Philippe's acquisition of Parfums Jean Desprez ("The Rose Sheet" Aug. 8, p. 3). In addition to its Robert Piguet, Frakas and Bandit lines, the firm has distribution rights for five Pierre Balmain, four Jacomo, two Franka Berger and two Burberrys fragrances that are sold in U.S. department and specialty stores
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