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Denise Richards to launch debut fragrance this Summer

02nd July, 2012

Actress Denise Richards has teamed up with LA-based Parfumologie to launch her debut fragrance this summer. Richards – who has starred in films such as The World is not Enough, Starship Troopers and Wild Things – has been working with the company on the fragrance since early 2011.

The fragrance is housed in a cyan-coloured crystal looking bottle, which has a gold cap, and a pendant with a 'DR' monogram hanging from the top. Notes of the fragrance include Coconut water, Ylang yang and Plumeria in the head; heart notes of Gardenia, Jasmine, Tiare and Lily; with a base of Musk, Vanilla and Violet wood.

“We knew from the first few moments we met with Denise that we wanted to be in business with her,” says Eli Zafrani, Vice President at Parfumologie, LLC. “She is sharp, savvy and willing to do whatever it takes to make a product she can be proud of. She has an impeccable feel for design and style.”.

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    • PureBoy | 6th July 2012 15:50

      All we need!

    • Surfacing | 6th July 2012 22:02

      Pretty pathetic. I can't wait to see this one at discounters with the Kim Kardashian fragraces.

      I have nothing against celebs, but this is just brutal.

    • teardrop | 6th July 2012 22:44

      Will it be called "Colon lt's Complicated"??

      (Anyone who watches The Soup will get this ;))

    • Mimi Gardenia | 6th July 2012 23:25

      Denise Richards has been known to like gardenia and Kai so I am not surprised to see the note stuffed in her own scent.

    • Sybarite | 7th July 2012 05:51

      If she had such impeccable feel for design and style she wouldn't have approved such a naff logo. ;) ... (And the bottle itself wouldn't have looked too bad actually - had it not looked so cheap. [& clunky])

    • jic | 7th July 2012 10:47

      Don't you mean 'anyone who watched The Soup several years ago will get this'? Which brings up the real question about this fragrance launch:

      Why now?

      Ten, fifteen years ago, it would have made perfect sense. But what made somebody say 'we need to launch this now'?