Most of you prefer Paris Hilton as a blonde, but after reading some of your comments, I'm sensing that some of you would just prefer that she go away for a while.
Most of you prefer Paris Hilton as a blonde, but after reading some of your comments, I'm sensing that some of you would just prefer that she go away for a while. Miss Hilton is probably hoping that Paris fatigue is over by October, when the heiress introduces Can Can, her fourth scent. According to WWD:
Can Can is a blend of top notes of clementine flower, cassis and nectarine; middle notes of wild orchid and orange blossom, and bottom notes of soft musk, amber and woods. The three previous Hilton fragrances — Paris Hilton, Just Me and Heiress — were classified as fruity floral fragrances.
At $45 for a 1.7-ounce bottle and $55 for a 3.4 ounce bottle, Can Can is a little more pricey than Paris' earlier fragrances. But judging by the money Paris' fragrances are pulling in already—$75 million wholesale a year, according to the article—there's no shortage of people willing to buy them.
I have to admit, the Can Can concept is pretty cute; it's about time Paris the person linked up with an icon of Paris the city. Models in Moulin Rouge-style costumes will hand out samples of the fragrance on feathers rather than on traditional cards, and the bottle does remind me of the famed dancers from the City of Light. To see the bottle, read more