The scent of a star

16-11-2017 grray
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What smells like Lady Gaga? The legions of fans of the artist, undoubtedly know: even the smallest details about their tastes, habits and preferences today circulates freely through the network. But from the European spring 2012 worshipers Gaga will also be able to carry a fragrance on the skin arising directly from the fantasies of the singer. The star now has dared even to attend an awards ceremony in a dress made of meat, could not be long until he decided to launch his own perfume. And although business celebrities fragrances seems to have seen better days, no one doubts that Gaga, with his ability to turn into gold everything he touches, a new event with its perfume, yet unnamed recorded. For now, we only know that the singer signed with the prestigious perfume and cosmetics company Coty to launch a series of fragrances with your name, the first of which is expected in mid-2012.

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Star fans, meanwhile, will have to settle for using perfumes that Lady Gaga has stated as his favorite repeatedly: Daisy novel, the American designer Marc Jacobs, Ralph and classic by fellow American Ralph Lauren.

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As cool as its creator, Daisy has become a sales success from the moment of its release. It is a sparkling, modern and fun fragrance, according to its website, sums up the style of Marc Jacobs, a mixture of sophisticated and classic elegance with completely unexpected touches. This concept is already reflected from the container, a luxurious, solid and stern glass block topped by a bouquet of fresh daisies and fun. As for his notes, Daisy perfectly combines the charm of a sparkling floral bouquet with a surprisingly refreshing touch.

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In the same line fruity floral with notes of orange, magnolia and freesia, is his other favorite, the classic Ralph by Ralph Lauren launched in 2000. It is hoped, then, that the first perfume Lady Gaga result as floral and fruity as she seems to prefer fragrances. Although an artist who has built a career based on constant surprise, is never the last word ...