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In Brief: Yves Saint Laurent Parfums

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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Yves Saint Laurent Parfums: Agreement between the Sanofi S.A. division and the French champagne and wine growers allows YSL Parfums to continue to call its latest scent by the name Champagne until the end of 1998 in countries other than France, Switzerland and Germany. The agreement comes 14 months after the use of the name was banned by a Paris court. In France, Switzerland and Germany, YSL Parfums will continue its current practice of selling the fragrance without a name but with the same packaging as used in other countries...
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