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Gaultier Parfums’ Pride Tribute to Keith Haring

“Honoring Keith Haring’s Legacy: Gaultier Parfums’ Vibrant Pride Tribute

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Since 2022, Jean Paul Gaultier Parfums has annually released a limited-edition fragrance to celebrate Pride month, featuring captivating notes of blood orange and musky blond woods, crafted by perfumers Nathalie Cetto and Quentin Bisch. This fragrance symbolizes inclusivity and joy within the LGBTQIA+ community.

Jean Paul Gaultier Parfums

Recently, NYC LGBT Community Center recognized Jean Paul Gaultier Parfums with the Corporate Impact Award during its prestigious annual The Center Dinner, alongside The Eagle, a beloved gay bar owned by Derek Danton and Robert Berk, honored with the esteemed Community Impact Award.

Frédéric Appaire, vice president of JPG Parfums, expressed gratitude for the longstanding partnership with The Center. Over the past four years, their collaboration has deepened, resulting in increased corporate sponsorship and impactful initiatives. Through this partnership, JPG Parfums gained access to Keith Haring’s iconic mural, a powerful symbol of resilience and solidarity. This collaboration coincides with Jean Paul Gaultier’s global success in fashion and fragrances, particularly in the U.S. market. From the remarkable performance of Le Male Elixir to the promising launch of Gaultier Divine, the brand continues to thrive internationally.

Jean Paul Gaultier Parfums

Puig, the parent company of JPG Parfums has seen impressive sales growth in the Americas, driven significantly by fragrance sales. As Puig prepares for an IPO in Spain, its commitment to innovation and inclusivity remains steadfast.

Jean Paul Gaultier Parfums

Dr. Carla Smith, CEO of The Center, highlighted the importance of their partnership with JPG, emphasizing the significance of fostering LGBTQIA+ culture and artistic expression within New York City’s vibrant community.

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