Lady Gaga Signs Perfume Deal (Here's To Not Smelling Like Raw Meat)
September 13, 2010
After sweeping the MTV video music awards last night, Lady Gaga has more exciting news to celebrate this morning: a “long-term” perfume deal with Coty. We told you about rumors of the perfume deal back in July, which Coty denied, but are delighted/excited/intrigued to hear that the out-there pop star will have a scent. Here’s to hoping that her recent all-raw-meat outfits on the cover of Hommes Japan and at the MTV awards will not serve as inspiration for the smell.
If you can’t wait for Gaga’s perfume to hit in Spring 2012, check out fall’s hottest perfumes (aka the easiest way to update your look):
New from Philosophy, Eternal Grace ($40 for 2 oz) is the perfect smell-like-you’re-not-wearing-perfume scent for fall. Blending bright cirtus with light florals, it’s a headturner and affordable enough to stock up on for all four seasons.
A sparkling musky floral, Emilio Pucci’s Miss Pucci ($74 for 1.7 oz) strikes a balance between woodsy and sensual with its cedar undertones and refreshing lemon and rose notes, and with a bottle that looks like this, who wouldn’t feel good spraying it on?
One of the fall’s most hotly-anticipated fragrances, the just-released Peace, Love & Juicy Couture ($87 for 3.4 oz) is an intoxicating blend of warm florals and feminine wood notes with some meyer lemon and patchouli mixed in for a scent that is hippie chic and a treat to wear.
Inspired by a walk through an orchard, Jo Malone’s English Pear and Freesia Cologne ($55 for 1 oz) is as heavenly a scent ever bottled. Smelling like autumn air, you and anyone lucky enough to be near you on the train will catch notes of pear, freesia, garden roses and wood. Just be careful not to wander off into an orchard on your way to work.