M&S expands third-party beauty offering with Estée Lauder fragrances

Marks & Spencer

Marks & Spencer has added Estée Lauder fragrances to its third-party beauty offering as it expands the category to attract new customers, according to The Times.

The move comes after the retailer’s successful partnership with the Estée Lauder-owned skincare and makeup brand Clinique, launched earlier last year.

M&S customers can buy more than more than 30 fragrances from Estée Lauder, including the Beautiful, Bronze Goddess and Pleasures collections for women and Aramis for men, from next month.

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