Parfum VI by Gianni Vive Sulman: $89,000. 1 million, LUXE edition by Paco Rabanne: $57,000. Les Larmes Sacrées de Thebes by Baccarat: $6,800. Le N°5 Parfum Grand Extrait by Chanel: $3,500. Poivre by Caron: $1,000.
Fashion icon Kim Kardashian wears the ageless and versatile Michael Kors by Michael Kors perfume, but she also dips into fragrances from her famous perfume line. Scents from her lineup include True Reflection, Kim Kardashian, and the luxurious, powerful (but inexpensive) Kim Kardashian Glam.
One of her most ardent favorites is Victoria's Secret Coconut Passion, though her love of gardenias makes Gardenia Elizabeth Taylor another obvious choice. Clean Air & Coconut Water and Oscar Jasmine are two others.
1. Kilian Love Don't Be Shy. Most of the time, Rihanna smells like Kilian Love Don't Be Shy. This sweet, gourmand, woody fragrance was revealed as Rihanna's favorite in 2016 and barely a month goes by when she's not complimented on it in one magazine or another.
But vanilla has now been crowned the world's favourite smell by a team of international experts. Scientists from the University of Oxford and the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm presented 10 scents to 235 people from nine different cultures around the world.
The odours were chosen to be representative of stuff that is found all over the world, from sweaty feet to ripe fruits, and the results were published in the journal Current Biology. And the most popular smell was… vanilla! That's right.
Adele is loyal to her teenage perfume. The "Easy On Me" singer has worn Dior Hypnotic Poison ($72) since she was 15, she told Australia's 60 Minutes in 2015. The singer said she'd never endorse a perfume or make her own.
Oakmoss and Vetiver are one of the most long-lasting base notes. These fragrances slowly evaporate in comparison to others. So you will smell them even many hours after the fading of heart and top notes.