Bogart Snaps Up Rose et Marius Fragrance House

BEAUTY BUY: Bogart has acquired Rose et Marius, which it called in a statement a “house of haute parfumerie and art of living.”

Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.

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Rose et Marius, created in 2012 and based in Aix-en-Provence, France, develops fragrances retailed in its boutique there, as well as other locations in the country and abroad. Its products are handmade in Provence, using natural raw materials.

“Bogart will provide Rose et Marius with its expertise as a manufacturer, its integrated distribution network — April stores — and the resources it needs to expand internationally,” Bogart said in a statement. “This operation will be financed from the company’s own funds.”

Bogart is publicly quoted on the Euronext Paris exchange. It is a specialist in creating, manufacturing and selling luxury fragrances and cosmetics. The group’s sales in the first nine months of 2023 reached 203.1 million euros.

Bogart’s flagship fragrance brands include Jacques Bogart, Carven and Stendhal. It also has in the portfolio Chevignon and Neo Cologne, as well as Ted Lapidus perfume and fashion. Bogart owns April perfumeries, the Close vegan professional makeup label, Cousin.e.s hair care and Méthode Jeanne Piaubert skin care.

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