Nautica Sails Into New Ownership Under French Fragrances
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Nautica has new ownership under French Fragrances as part of the Miami-based firm's purchase of the principal assets of Paul Sebastian. The deal, announced Jan. 21 after several months of discussion, brings the seven-year-old prestige designer fragrance brand alongside French Fragrances' own high-end offerings, which include Geoffrey Beene, Ombre Rose, Salvador Dali and Halston.
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