Billie Eilish to introduce her first-ever fragrance, my favorite smell in the world

Celebpost Desk|October 21, 2021
Billie Eilish to introduce her first-ever fragrance, 'my favorite smell in the world’

Popular American singer Billie Eilish is all set to make her debut in the beauty industry. The Ocean Eyes singer has launched her first-ever fragrance, which has been ‘a long time in the making’.

The Happier Than Ever crooner announced the new project in an Instagram post on Wednesday. While sharing the news, in the caption, she wrote, “i am SO EXCITED to finally share my debut fragrance “Eilish” with you!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!! this is a scent that i’ve been chasing for years and years. this is my favorite smell in the WORLD.”

She continued, “fragrance has always been such an enormous part of my life and existence since i can remember, and it was a dream to create this scent and bring my ideas to life. this has been one of the most exciting things i’ve ever done. i can’t wait for it to be yours so soon!!!!!”

She also spoke about her new release during her most recent interview with Allure. The Therfore I am singer, 23, admitted, "I had the idea [to create a fragrance] million years ago. I've always wanted to do this.”

The scent will be available exclusively on Billie Eilish Fragrances, according to the press release by PR Newswire. It will be sold for $68 a pop starting from November.

Eilish’s perfume was crafted by celeb-favorite company Parlux and, "I described in detail what it is that I wanted, what I loved idea-wise about it, how I wanted it to feel, the kind of warmth that I wanted it to have, and the memories that I have in the vanilla world."

“When they first sent me the sample to smell, I almost cried because it was so perfect," she told the outlet. "It was wild."

The gold chrome bottle itself is in parts inspired by Eilish’s favourite part of the human body, like the collarbone, chest and neck. The singer said that she has “always had an infatuation with backs and collarbones and just like, bones and bodies” and “didn’t want to have [the bottle design] be a certain body type.”

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