NEW YORK — The L’Eau d’Issey body care line is striving to shed its secondary role.
Since launching as an ancillary collection alongside Issey Miyake’s inaugural fragrance a decade ago, the body care line has evolved into a "highly developed" business on its own, accounting for 18 percent of total sales for the Miyake brand, said Maggie Ciafardini, executive vice president and general manager of Miyake’s fragrance licensee, Beauté Prestige International.
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