Tommy Hilfiger’s licensing empire started with a scent.
In 1993, the sportswear company signed its first global licensing agreement with the Estée Lauder Cos. Inc. to create fragrances and beauty products. This led to a slew of licenses that now number 18, ranging from swimwear to eyewear, hosiery to bedding.
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