Touche Eclat creator launching hotel amenity line

The new line will feature pure and natural ingredients; a focus of de Gunzburg's

Terry de Gunzburg
Terry de Gunzburg

Terry de Gunzburg, former international creative director for Yves Saint Laurent has signed an agreement with amenities supplier Groupe GM.

De Gunzburg’s brand By Terry, has signed an agreement to develop an exclusive hotel amenities line, which will be available to top-end hotels internationally via Groupe GM’s network of distributers across over 70 countries.

Laurent Marchand, President of Groupe GM, commented: “We are thrilled to begin this new and exciting partnership with By Terry – a brand that reflects our own values of excellence through pure and natural products.”

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De Gunzburg spent 15 years working as International Creative Director at Yves Saint Laurent where she created the cult makeup product Touche Éclat, before launching her own haute couture cosmetics line.

The group has not announced which hotels it would be targeting for its distribution or exactly which products the line will have.

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