August 1 2014

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Designer Fragrance: The Good, The Bad and the Trippy


Vanessa Bruno has officially entered the beauty game. The French designer has just inked a deal with Biotherm to release L’Eau, a limited-edition perfumed mist that will debut in France in October (yes, we will try to get our hands on an an advance copy while we’re in Paris for the shows). [WWD]

Perfume collaborations can, of course, be less sweet and more sour. That’s what Prince recently discovered when he was ordered to pay $4 million to Revelations Perfume & Cosmetic after backing out on a deal to support 3121, a signature scent named after his album of the same name. [NYDN]

They can be down right trippy, too. After the debut of a few teasers, Dior’s much-anticipated new commercial for J’Adore Dior has finally broken—and it was worth the wait. The ad stars the fragrance’s long-standing face, Charlize Theron, alongside a surprise supporting cast that includes Grace Kelly, Marlene Dietrich, and Marilyn Monroe—all digitized in surprisingly realistic fashion. [Huff Po]

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