Hundreds of Rihanna fans, some in tears, flooded Macy’s eighth floor Friday as the R&B superstar posed with fans on stage and the cash registers rung in what industry sources say was $60,000 worth of business for her first fragrance, Reb’l Fleur.
“[This scent] really strikes a chord with her fans,” said Macy’s executive vice president and general merchandise manager, Muriel Gonzalez. “They love the contrast of hard and soft elements — the rebel and the fleur.”
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