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Nov 05, 2010 | 11:15 AM CDT
By: Carrie Lennard, Euromonitor International
Emerging regions and mass sales bolster flagging sales, while interest in niche fragrances develops as a backlash against the commoditization of fragrances and the explosion of celebrity perfumes.
Nov 05, 2010 | 10:49 AM CDT
By: Jeb Gleason-Allured
Looking back on ck one and Tom Ford Grey Vetiver, Firmenich perfumer Harry Fremont reflects on materials, creativity, easy-to-wear fragrances and connecting with consumers.
Nov 05, 2010 | 09:47 AM CDT
By: Steve Herman
The safety of fragrance is under fire from special interests. Understanding where challenges originate and the nature of the message of these challenges will allow better-informed decisions about a fragrance brand or fragranced product.
Nov 05, 2010 | 09:36 AM CDT
By: Gayatri Bhasin, Euromonitor International
Market’s potential and consumers hungry for premium products attracts the world’s most significant beauty brands and retailers.
Nov 05, 2010 | 09:15 AM CDT
Company posts net sales of $285 Million, an increase of 7.4%; sales of skin care products rose by 12% and fragrance business sales grew by 8.0% overall and 17% in Europe.
Nov 04, 2010 | 10:07 AM CDT
Bloom predicts future fragrance trends related to the beauty industry and offers tips on how to entice more fragrance consumers.
Nov 04, 2010 | 09:57 AM CDT
By: Oru Mohiuddin, Euromonitor International
Euromonitor International provides analysis of the market based on recent acquisition activity and a report on L'Oréal's interest in acquiring Avon; such an acquisition would lift L'Oréal to the leading market position, ahead of P&G, but challenges may make this specific move unlikely. Company may very well look at other high-profile acquisition targets, including Beiersdorf.
Nov 04, 2010 | 09:22 AM CDT
Themes include reduction of some ingredients, defining natural and blurring category expectations.
Nov 03, 2010 | 05:46 PM CDT
By: Stephen Dowthwaite
Understanding perfume and the language it speaks.
Nov 03, 2010 | 05:44 PM CDT
By: Abby Penning
As the fragrance segment begins to bounce back from a downturn exasperated by market saturation and consumers’ shrinking discretionary spending, brand owners are again looking for a way to entice consumers to their scents. And for two perfume houses—Histoires de Parfums and Parfums d’Orsay Paris—playing up their traditions of history and storytelling, as well as closely knowing their consumers, has them seeing brighter days ahead.