L'Occitane, a brand that traditionally has been carried in its own freestanding stores, selected Sephora stores and independent boutiques in the U.S., is headed into the national department-specialty store channel.
L'Occitane Inc., the New York-based subsidiary of L'Occitane en Provence, which is based in Manosque-en-Provence, France, is rolling out the brand to more than 100 Nordstrom stores in a special assortment of about 40 products that's primarily made up of bath and body care items.
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