During TIFF we want to look like we’ve just stepped off the cover of a glossy magazine but do you ever wonder what “celebrity” smells like? Here are our top three picks for a red carpet-worthy scent.
Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue Perfume
As a tribute to the whimsical shoe art that Warhol created in 1950s NYC, Bond No. 9 has introduced the limited edition Andy Warhol Lexington Avenue Perfume. The flacon design incorporates bright, whimsical shoes set against a black backdrop. This seductive eau de parfum is a floral woody chypre with highly coveted contemporary gourmand notes—a brew of peony, orris, patchouli, sandalwood, cardamom, fennel, almonds, cumin, and even crème brulee.
Bond No. 9
Available at Saks Fifth Avenue in the U.S. and Holt Renfrew in Canada
Infused with the spicy impertinence of saffron, the warmth of roses and the smoky embrace of exotic nagarmotâ wood, this latest fragrance from Lancôme asks women to celebrate their joie de vivre.
‘1872’ Women’s Pure Perfume
This classic, floral, fruity, citrus perfume opens to a heart of Rose de Mai, which is often associated with the presence of an angel. This essence is so pure that 170 roses are needed to make just one drop. In October you will be able to experience the limited edition 1872 ARTWORK which features an image of the Rose de Mai. Only 1000 bottles will be released.
Available at Bergdorf Goodman in the U.S. and Holt Renfrew in Canada