From Audrey to Marilyn: 5 Beauty Icons and the Perfumes They Loved
Some say that perfume is the most personal form of self-expression. A woman’s scent of choice speaks volumes, after all—a deep, musky fragrance is undeniably sensual, while a soft floral instantly puts anyone at ease. That’s why the idea of a signature scent is so fascinating—you’re basically telling the world, This smell? Yeah, it pretty much represents my entire being, so you better get used to it. With this in mind, we decided to uncover the perfumes of our favourite classic beauty icons. Was Aubrey Hepburn #teamfloral? Did Diana Ross love neroli? Keep scrolling to find out!
Often referred to as the original gourmand perfume, Angel is delicious and intoxicating. Expect a complex cocktail of praline, juicy fruits and heady vanilla, with a spicy kick of pink pepper.