Here’s Weekly World Fumes for April 4th, 2013:
Armani paid Cate Blanchett $10 million USD to be the face of Armani fragrances or maybe it’s an Armani fragrance. Who cares?
Marc Jacobs will launch Honey with such notes of fruit punch, orange blossom, honeysuckle, honey and vanilla. The bottle is a very twee bee.
BPAL is… Continue reading | 11 Comments
Weekly World Fumes: March 28th, 2013
It’s an Easter weekend miracle, I don’t have any celeb gossip!!!
Indie perfume line, D.S. & Durga, has paired up with the color-blocking abusing clothing retailer, J.Crew, to launch Homesteader’s Cologne. Homesteaders are the last thing I think about when I think of J.Crew. And it’s inspired by Big Sur containing notes of eucalyptus, sage brush and kelp.
In May, Van Cleef & Arpels will launch… Continue reading | 2 Comments
No video re-cap of Weekly World Fumes for these 3 weeks, see EauMG Etc. for more info.
Christina Aguilera is launching a new perfume in November, Red Sin. Seems like one of those names that looks better in writing vs. said out loud…Notes listed include red apple, cinnamon, cyclamen, ginger, musk and sandalwood. This really sounds like something I’d dislike.
Khloe Kardashian and Lamar Odom have launched their 2nd unisex perfume, Unbreakable Joy. That name… Continue reading | 14 Comments
Remember that censorship deal with Marc Jacobs Oh, Lola! perfume? Dakota Fanning goes on record saying that it was ridiculous. And that she was not corrupting youth.
Lady Gaga’s perfume, Fame, sold 6 million bottles in one week.
Smell Bent has launched a new collection of perfumes inspired by the disco called Sunset People. This collection contains… Continue reading | 2 Comments
It has been a couple of slow weeks for perfume news, so I’ve combined 3 weeks.
Finally the notes of the Nicki Minaj Pink Friday perfume are available. It will include notes of star fruit, mandarin, boysenberry, lotus flower, jasmine, vanilla, carmelized pear, musks and woods.
Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen will be launching an Elizabeth & James perfume with Sephora in the spring of 2012.