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Selective Beauty and John Galliano

February 2007

Selective Beauty, a leading fragrance and cosmetics player, with brands such as Max Mara, Trussardi, Benetton and Jimmy Choo, has acquired the worldwide fragrance license of John Galliano.

Ohana & Co. acted as the exclusive financial advisor to Selective Beauty.

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