Clarins licensing deal
This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet
Executive SummaryStella Cadente cosmetics and fragrances will be developed by Clarins under licensing agreement with designer Stanislassia Klein. Agreement is part of a tripartite partnership with Clarins responsible for beauty, Klein responsible for ready-to-wear and costume jewelry and Arc International Group responsible for tableware products and jewelry, Clarins says. Three partners plan to expand the brand through additional licensing agreements as appropriate, French company adds...
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