Through brand license agreements, Interparfums assures the design, production, and distribution of perfume lines created for the brand for the duration of the license. The licensor retains a right of inspection to ensure that the products properly fit with the brand image while the licensee exercises complete control over the product for the duration of the agreement.
|Burberry||July 1993||13.5 years||-|
|Burberry||July 2004||13.5 years||December 2012|
|S.T. Dupont||July 1997||11 years||-|
|S.T. Dupont||January 2006||5.5 years||-|
|S.T. Dupont||January 2011||6 years||January 2017|
|Paul Smith||January 1999||12 years||-|
|Paul Smith||July 2008||7 years||December 2017|
|Van Cleef & Arpels||January 2007||12 years||December 2018|
|Jimmy Choo||January 2010||12 years||December 2021|
|Montblanc||July 2010||10.5 years||December 2020|
|Boucheron||January 2011||15 years||December 2025|
|Balmain||January 2012||12 years||December 2023|
|Repetto||January 2012||13 years||December 2024|
|Karl Lagerfeld||October 2012||20 years||October 2032|
After 3 years through a license agreement, in July 2007, Interparfums acquired the brand name and trademark for class 3 (fragrance products and make-up) from the company Jeanne LanvinSA. Pursuant to this acquisition, the licensing contract signed in 2004 was terminated.
Interparfums acquired a majority stake in Nickel, the men's skin care company, in April 2004, followed by the remaining minority interests in June 2007.
for licensing rights
|Lanvin||July 2004||July 2007|
|Nickel||April 2004||June 2007|
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