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Jimmy Choo Eau de Parfum

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The Jimmy Choo fragrance is a floral scent which are usually not my favorite. But I love the scents of Orchid and Tiger Lilly mixed  with the sweet toffee scent. It goes on strong at first but the dry down is beautiful. And I am amazed how long this scent lasts. I can apply it in the morning and still smell it at the end of the night. It is a bit on the spendy side but you just need one spritz to last all day so the price ends up being on par with fragrances I need to use multiple times in one day.

The roller ball is a great way to try this fragrance out and see how it works for you. Head over to Nordstrom soon, this fragrance is on sale right now on their website.

Jimmy Choo Eau De Parfum  $58.00-98.00
Imagine femininity, luxury and style, bottled. Introducing Jimmy Choo, the fragrance. Expressing an aura of strength and beauty, glamour and confidence, it is inspired by modern women. Luminous green top notes, a heart of rich and exotic tiger orchid and lingering sensual base notes of sweet toffee and Indonesian patchouli leave a sensual memory on the skin.

Notes:
Green, Tiger Orchid, Toffee, Sensual Indonesian Patchouli.
Style:
Feminine. Luxurious. Stylish.

 

Available for purchase at Nordstrom stores and at Nordstrom.com.

 

Disclosure: I was sent a complimentary sample for review. I was not paid to write this post and all opinions are my own.

Nicole Kidman forgoes pants in her new ad for Jimmy Choo!

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Here’s a first look at the Jimmy Choo Pre-Fall 2014 campaign, featuring Nicole Kidman!

The Oscar winner opted not to wear pants in the new ad. Does this highlight the shoes? I think it’s pretty safe to say they’ve photoshopped the heck out of the 46-year-old actress.

What do you think of the new ad?

Nicole Kidman signs with Jimmy Choo

Nicole Kidman has just signed on to star in Jimmy Choo’s upcoming fall campaign, which will be shot by Mikael Jansson!

The shoe company said the campaign has a “cinematic feel that hints at the power and seduction of the Jimmy Choo woman.”

It is slated to break in the August editions of titles including British and American Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar, Vanity Fair, Elle, and W.

The campaign is Sandra Choi’s first as sole creative director of the company.

“Nicole is one of the finest actresses in the world,” said Choi. “I knew [she] could convey the empowered glamour of the brand. But she is also so nuanced and refined; she brings an attitude of defiance, strength, sensuality and elegance.”

Kidman said she has always loved fashion, “and often use it as a way to get into character.”

The actress is part of the eight-person jury of the Cannes film festival, which opens Wednesday and runs through May 26.

Can’t wait to see the ads!

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After 15 years in the shoe business, Jimmy Choo launches its first fragrance!

According to Stylist, the Jimmy Choo is launching their first fragrance, to be sold exclusively at Saks Fifth Avenue starting January 15th.

The fragrance will be called Jimmy Choo.

“We’ve transitioned into a lifestyle luxury brand, and it seemed like the next natural step for us,” Tamara Mellon, co-founder and chief creative officer of Jimmy Choo, told WWD at a London event to launch the fragrance. “Fragrance is such an important accessory for women — I think it will have a very broad reach. Our customer is every woman.”

The juice, three years in the making, was created by Olivier Polge of International Flavors & Fragrances, and it’s a fruity chypre with green top notes, as well as exotic tiger orchid, sweet toffee and Indonesian patchouli notes.

“You have to — fragrance is something that’s very… personal,” said Mellon, to a room full of beauty editors at the New York launch event, where she revealed that her favorites as a teenager included Opium and Anaïs Anaïs. “I love the smell of green fresh notes, they’re in the top notes of our fragrance. I like things that are sensual, so that’s how we came in with the patchouli.”

“We wanted to create something that was an object of desire, that you would be proud to have on show,” said Mellon of the Murano-glass-inspired perfume bottle. She has a history of using the Italian material for chandeliers in some of the first Jimmy Choo stores.

More info at the source!