September 1 2014

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Fendi Falls Short of Expectations


Or so Italy’s general manager for LVMH Perfumes and Cosmetics told WWD, explaining why the luxury goods company has decided to pull Fendi’s sole fragrance from shelves. Palazzo, the citrus, patchouli, and Bulgarian rose scent in question, was introduced in 2007 and was to be the brand’s grand re-entry into the fragrance market after all other scents bearing the house’s name were discontinued in 2005. If you live and breathe Palazzo (which apparently makes you part of a serious minority), all is not lost. A few retailers are still carrying the fragrance and you’ll also probably be able to find it—with a jacked up price tag—on eBay in the not so distant future.

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