By  on November 9, 2007

When fashion’s pacesetters fuse their artistry with beauty’s marketers and perfumers, the results can be as unexpected as they are captivating.

Forty years ago, enterprising beauty entrepreneur Estée Lauder bristled at the notion of putting the name of the fashion designer Emanuel Ungaro—or any name other than her own—on one of her company’s fragrance bottles.

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