Harry continues his affair with Ellen in her new home but Rose visits Lady Mae, who alerts her to her husband's infidelity, causing Rose to agree to pose for a painting by Roddy. Harry shocks his staff by suggesting that all beauty products should be put on display, rather than behind the counter, with perfumes at the fore to mask street smells. Display organizer Henri brings in his old flame, Valerie Maurel, an advertising agent for consultation and, although she hints at caution, Harry gets his way. However Henri also sees that Agnes has a talent and uses her designs and not Ellen's photographs in the display window. Agnes is experiencing domestic troubles though, due to Reg's drinking. Lady Mae forces Harry to cancel Tony's gambling debts as well as getting him to support the Suffragette movement by allowing them to meet weekly at the store. Written by
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