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Narcotique wraps up deal with Prince Mario-Max
Aug '10
Hawaiian born US-Scent-Entrepreneur Kepa Kauwe of Narcotique Fragrance and European TV-Prince Mario-Max Prinz zu Schaumburg-Lippe join forces to create a line of noble Fragrances. Prince Max, as his friends and associates call him is the son of Prince Waldemar zu Schaumburg-Lippe, first cousin of Queen Margreth II. of Denmark, and a member of one of the oldest royal lines stretching back for a thousand years.

Centuries, of power, prestige, elegance and style, have been distilled into a line of fragrances that will make every man feel like Prince Charming and every woman feel like his Princess. Manhattan entrepreneur, Patrick Duffy will play host to a posh private preview of the royal line of four fragrances at his Chelsea eatery B.E.S. at 559 W. 22nd Street, this Wednesday August 25, at 10 PM.

Fresh from his triumphant theatrical debut in "Dracula The Musical" Prince Mario-Max ads his fragrance line to his growing list of companies, along with his fashion line, and his role as TV-Host of a top-rated syndicated TV show called Astro Royal.

The Narcotique mission is to celebrate and promote the allure and addictive nature of fragrance. Headed by Kepa Kauwe who has been in the industry developing fragrances for 10 years, Narcotique is the result of his recent venture into custom fragrance development.


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