PARIS — L’Eau de Chloé, the fresh women’s scent due out starting in February, is meant to add further muscle to Chloé’s already powerful fragrance franchise.
It’s a collection launched in 2008 with Chloé Eau de Parfum, followed by scents such as Chloé Eau de Parfum Intense. The line’s wholesale revenues are nearing the $100 million mark, according to industry sources.
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