A new fragrance inspired by Demi Moore

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INTRODUCING ALL YOU’VE EVER WANTED

A FEMININE NEW FRAGRANCE FROM HELENA RUBINSTEIN

INSPIRED BY DEMI MOORE

 

THINK: A captivating fragrance inspired by a daring muse.

 

WHAT IT IS: The embodiment of magnetic sensuality.  Passionate, entrancing, seductive and in control—these are the bold qualities that characterize Demi Moore, the inspiration behind the                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  newest fragrance from Helena Rubinstein All You’ve Ever Wanted. Reflecting her modern love story and addictive allure that has captivated millions, All You’ve Ever Wanted is a contemporary expression of the star’s daring appeal.

 

The intoxicating fragrance blends an enveloping sensuality of magnolia with carnal iris-cream, magnified by a charismatic touch of cedar extract. The result is an irresistible potion at once feminine and intense.

 

The exceptional fragrance is captured in two distinct bottles created by internationally renowned designer Herve van der Straeten.  The design channels the enrapturing elegance of the scent into a delicate glass design.  The elegant, oval shaped bottle encloses the golden infusion of Wanted beneath a luxurious ring and structured, angular cap.

 


WHAT IT COSTS: Eau de Parfum 1.7 fl. oz., $60; Eau de Parfum 3.4 fl. oz., $80; Body Lotion 6.6 fl. oz., $45

 

WHERE TO FIND IT: Exclusive to Macy’s beginning November 1st, 2009

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