PARIS — As its name suggests, the Jeanne Lanvin women’s scent — due out this fall — is meant to evoke the essence of the fashion house’s founder, while reaching into the future.
“The fragrance is very different from the rest” in the Lanvin portfolio, said Philippe Benacin, chairman and managing director of Inter Parfums SA, whose parent company Inter Parfums holds the fashion brand’s fragrance license.
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