By  on January 31, 2013

Elizabeth Arden Inc. is seeing the payoff of a larger fragrance portfolio and the repositioning of its flagship brand, with second-quarter sales gaining 8.8 percent.

But the news wasn’t all roses: Arden’s chairman, president and chief executive officer E. Scott Beattie said consumers, particularly the mass-market shopper, is feeling the pinch of the U.S. payroll tax increase and has curtailed spending as a result.

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