Music's most beautiful women are roc'n out with their brand new fragrances, this Fall. Leading to one delicious season of smell good!
First Up there's:
Shakira debuting S by Shakira in September:
Here's what she has to say about her new fragrance:
“The type of women who feel a connection with this fragrance would be independent and strong, but also a woman with a great capacity to love and a strong sense of who they are. It’s for a woman who believes in herself.”
And here's a little bit about the scent, its note & the look, according to People.com:
The fragrance’s signature notes are bright jasmine, sandalwood and an oriental dream housed in a luminous bottle that evokes an oriental dancer.
Shakira adds, “Like one of my songs, I wanted S by Shakira to tell a story, and to be something personal and unique. A perfume has to really reflect something inside you, make you connect with it in an emotional way."
Beyonce's 2nd Scent hitting Macy*s Stores September 20th
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Katy Perry Debuts her First Fragrance, Purr by Katy Perry
Elle.com says this about the future Ms. Brand's fragrance:
With her head-turning style sense and gender-bending song lyrics, Katy Perry’s fragrance is unisex. It’s made masculine by a dash of spice and a splash of citrus, but at the core of its popularity, like its muse, is a sweet vanilla femininity.
Here's what Katy told WWD about her fragrance, at a very recent press release:
“I’m a very lyrical-based person, and the whole ‘purr’ thing kept coming back — [the sound is in] , perfect, even Perry if you say it a certain way. It just seemed logical. The hardest part was keeping it under wraps for a year [during the development process]. I kept wanting to tell someone!” says Katy, who describes Purr as “peach nectar, forbidden apple, with of green bamboo.”
Ms. Spears set to release 9th Fragrance: Radiance
Brit has this to say about her newest:
“I love the feminine scent of my new perfume Radiance. It has the power to make any woman feel beautiful.”