Interparfums snaps up Lacoste fragrance license sold by Coty

Interparfums snaps up Lacoste fragrance license sold by Coty
Interparfums snaps up Lacoste fragrance license sold by Coty

Interparfums and the style sport model have signed a worldwide unique 15-year fragrance license settlement efficient January 01, 2024. The deal contains an entrance price of EUR 90 million, with the launch of the primary new Lacoste fragrance line anticipated in 2024.
Interparfums shall be accountable for the creation, growth, manufacturing and advertising of all fragrance and cosmetics strains underneath the Lacoste model, in selective distribution in addition to within the Lacoste boutique community.
“Interparfums’ confirmed know-how and creativity shall be key belongings to proceed the event of our fragrance class, which performs a big position in Lacoste’s status. Our widespread imaginative and prescient will allow us to take an method that’s more and more consistent with the model’s robust id codes, whose fragrances nonetheless have nice potential,” stated Thierry Guibert, Lacoste President.
Acquired by Coty from P&G in 2016, when the U.S. big withdrew from the luxurious sector, the Lacoste fragrance license has simply been sold again to the proprietor of the model, as Coty goals to additional deal with their largest fragrance licenses.
Under Coty’s administration within the final six years, Lacoste males’s fragrances have secured a premium+ positioning out there, with two pillars, L’Homme and Match Point, and a 17-place enchancment in French market rankings.
“Lacoste is an emblematic model on this planet of vogue and sport with a really excessive degree of consciousness and desirability all through the world. The administration workforce has a transparent and exact imaginative and prescient of the model’s nice growth potential, which may even permit us to take the perfumes increased and additional. This is a crucial new strategic step within the lifetime of Interparfums. We are delighted and thrilled about this thrilling partnership,” stated Philippe Benacin, CEO of Interparfums.

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