NEW YORK — The latest stop on Jean Paul Gaultier’s launch tour for his new men’s cosmetics line, called Tout Beau Tout Propre, was Macy’s Herald Square Monday, where the designer made an appearance at noon to mark the launch of the collection.
Sources expected the Macy’s event, his first such appearance in four years, to drive sales of the entire Gaultier beauty brand close to $12,000 on the day in that door, with 35 percent of that figure generated by the makeup. Many customers — men and women alike — who stopped at Gaultier’s table at the Macy’s appearance, held bottles of the designer’s Le Male fragrance to be autographed.
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