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Elizabeth Arden brings Juicy Couture to Asia
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With Vietnamese consumers heading towards higher living standards, a demand will be ignited for “high-tech and modern utilities, advanced educational materials and recreation for families”, all of which are areas that the group is taking into consideration as it begins to develop different retail formats and sharpen its core competencies, she stated.

The group operates 66 convenience stores in Ho Chi Minh City, and 30 supermarkets spread across the city and 13 other provinces in Vietnam. ra BEAUTY-PRODUCTS company Elizabeth Arden has brought Liz Claiborne’s Juicy Couture fragrance line to Asian shores.

The perfumes’ launch in Singapore last month in collaboration with Perfumes & Cosmetics Stores of Nuance Watson (Singapore) marked the products’ first foray into the region.

Following this, Elizabeth Arden, which entered into an exclusive longterm global licensing agreement with Liz Claiborne for the manufacture, distribution and marketing of the latter’s fragrance brands, will be launching Juicy Couture in other parts of the Asia-Pacific as well.


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2008 Nov Stories:

Holiday sales: How much of this will be washed out by the economic storm?

Developers leading green-mall movement in Singapore

The NRA Show remains important as dynamic industry event

Top retailers feted at awards ceremony and gala dinner

Retail developers at ICSC Asia Expo pin hopes on Asian markets

Harvey Nichols boosts MAP’s status as retail powerhouse in Indonesia

Auric Pacific raises stake in Food Junction to boost industry presence

Orchard Central goes Med

US JCPenney launches Australian online portal

ViVOtech extends expertise technology to NFC public trials in Singapore

Elizabeth Arden brings Juicy Couture to Asia

Saigon Co.op on track to open 100 stores by 2015

Takashimaya, H2O Retailing to merge by 2011

bulthaup’s new clean line of furniture shies away from the trendy

Lotte growing aggressively through global acquisitions

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