Parlux sign fragrance deal with singer, Billie Eilish

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Parlux have signed a deal to create fragrances for singer, Billie Eilish. The debut fragrance, named Eilish, is expected to launch next month.

Eilish is described as a captivating Amber Gourmand that attracts you with a warm, cozy scent that feels like home no matter where you are. The fragrance opens with sugared petals, accented by juicy mandarin and red berries. The heart of the fragrance unfolds with soft spices, rich cocoa, and creamy vanilla. The scent is anchored by base notes of warm musks, tonka bean, and sleek woods.

Eilish says, "I wanted it to feel like a warm embrace. Like what it feels like to feel your blood rushing through you. It's a scent that I've been chasing for years and years and years. It's my favorite smell in the world."

The bottle is inspired by Billie's favorite parts of the body: the chest, neck, and collarbone, and is gilded in an amber-bronze.

Lori Singer, president of Parlux says: "Billie Eilish is a singular talent and the voice of a generation. She has a vision in everything she does that is unique, disruptive, and authentically hers. Partnering with Billie was natural for Parlux because we can bring a vision to life like no one else, and we were equally excited to be on this journey together."

The fragrance will be available exclusively at BillieEilishFragrances.com in November 2021
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I do like Billie Eilish, I think she's a talented singer and songwriter.
I've read that Le Labo Another 13, Etat Libre d'Orange She Was An Anomaly and D&G Velvet Wood are among her favourite fragrances. So although the note pyramid looks pretty standard I actually hope for something more interesting than your average celebrity scent here. I'm hoping for a nice cozy woody and slightly spicy vanilla on the unisex side. That could actually be really good if it's done right.
 

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