People, Aug. 8, 1977

"I feel for once like a businesswoman. Of all the things I've had a creative input in, it's going to mean something this time. It's one of my most favorite things that's happened." Well, yes. Thus Farrah Fawcett-Majors described the joys of her new career—as a perfume tycoon for Faberge. Corporate brass celebrated the deal with a Beverly Hills cocktail party last week, where among the guests was Faberge Director Cary Grant, who had never before met the lionized lady. Besides making ads for TV commercials, Farrah will endorse her own line of...

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