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    • Japan

      by Published on 29th August 2013 01:25 PM

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      Perfume News
      by Published on 29th September 2010 05:43 AM

      Jane Packer, a renowned innovative florist who began her business in a small store in the heart of London's West End and has since achieved international success, has announced her new fragrance collection. The collection consists of five contrasting fragrances each inspired by the flowers she has worked with over the last two decades.

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