NEW YORK — Demeter Fragrance Library has something for every retailer to check out.
The fragrance company, under the leadership of chief executive officer Mark D. Crames, is not only tapping its vast fragrance vault, but also adding new scents tailored to different channels at varying price points. For example, there are $10 purse sprays for drugstore chains, and a sophisticated, naturally positioned line for specialty stores available for $68 for a 1.7-ounce eau de parfum.
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