Dita Von Teese looking smokin’ hot with her perfume
As we reported here at Celebrity Smack a while back, Dita Von Teese told the world earlier this year, that she was in the development process of creating her very own perfume. Well, the clock has been ticking and Dita enthusiasts all around should be excited to hear she has just unleashed more details about it.
Tuesday afternoon Dita tweeted, “At last…The very 1st look at my perfume!”, with a press release attached via a link. In it, the perfume is said to embody every characteristic that Dita holds as a woman, “Glamour, elegance, and self-confident sensuality.”
According to Dita, the correlation between herself and her scent was no mistake, and she put in the extra time to make sure her fragrance would reflect nothing but perfection, in her eyes. The burlesque beauty said, “I wanted it to be a perfume that smelled exactly how I imagined it. I doubt the perfumers in Paris imagined that I would be in their shop almost every day for an entire year,” adding, “There were enough moments when I could have easily said ‘this is how the perfume should smell.’ But I wanted it to be perfect, and threw out many previous compositions and refined them.”
The scent, which is said to be a composition of a little bit of everything that smells sexy, from “fresh peonies, and spicy Bourbon pepper” to “Bulgarian rose, musk, and sandalwood,” sounds like it is definitely going to be a success. Even the bottle that holds the scent seems like it will be a collector’s piece. The black slender bottle “features a ball atomizer as the perfect finishing touch to its seductive silhouette,” and apparently “the neck of every bottle is adorned with a silk cord with a nail polish-red pearl, which flows into a long black silk tassel.”
Describing what she wanted her fragrance’s bottle to look like Dita says, “My perfume’s flacons need to be the absolute embodiment of my dream of glamour, mystery, beauty, and the Femme Fatale. I have always been a passionate collector of rare perfume bottles from the 1920s and 1930s. They are usually made of opaque glass, black or red, and are always extremely elegant, luxurious, and classy.”
I’m hoping Dita does a pre-order on that bad boy! Otherwise, I will be picking a bottle up in late October when it is set to go public.