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Parlux Rolls Out First Celeb Scents Since Perfumania Merger

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

New fragrances from Paris Hilton and Jessica Simpson are the first to emerge from Parlux since Bellport, N.Y.-based Perfumania completed its $118 million acquisition of the firm in April.

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