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  • CLICK THESE: Links to Today’s Standout Stories | THE STYLISH STANDOUT

    […] BEAUTY: J. Crew has looked to the past as inspiration for their first two fragrances. They are partnering with renowned fragrance developer Carlos Huber to capture the essence of the first all female modern art show, “Exhibition by 31 Women,” which was curated in The United States in the 1940’s by Peggy Guggenheim. [WWD] […]

  • J.Crew is Launching Fragrance | StyleCaster

    […] 1. J.Crew is entering the fragrance world by teaming up with Carlos Huber, the man behind the fragrance line Arquiste, and will launch with two scents in stores this week. [WWD] […]

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    […] sit down and admire art. The walls, floor and ceiling were all done in wood,” Huber told WWD. “Of course she didn’t just serve wine and sparkling water. There were Manhattans, […]

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