Billie Eilish: All you need to know about her first-ever fragrance Billie Eilish: All you need to know about her first-ever fragrance

Billie Eilish: All you need to know about her fragrance

You wanted to smell like Billie Eilish? Well, that’s SO happening now.

The young pop star (she’s only 19!) is set to launch her first fragrance. The perfume is, as the artist, completely vegan. It’s cruelty-free, and made with clean ingredients and it will be named simply Eilish. Perfect
for fall, the delicious amber gourmand features an array of warm enticing fragrance notes, including red berries, mandarin, cocoa, and creamy vanilla. Base notes include tonka bean, musk, and woods.

The pop singer is launching her firs-ever vegan perfume

To create this perfume, the singer partnered with global beauty company Parlux. Retailing for $68, the fragrance will launch in November exclusively at BillieEilishFragrances.com.

But this isn’t the first time the Grammy Award-winning Eilish steps outside the music world as in September she released two new silhouettes of Air Jordan vegan sneakers. “I am SO excited to finally share my two Air Jordan silhouettes with you,” she said. “It was such an incredible and surreal experience getting to create these, especially in a sustainable fashion (100 percent vegan with over 20 percent recycled materials).”

But Billie Eilish is not the only celebrity that has launched her own cruelty-free fragrance.

Ariana Grande did it back then in 2015, when she released her first iconic perfume: Ari. Ari. Since then, she’s released a number of scents, most of which she named after hit singles. Now, you can find the likes of
R.E.M., Thank U Next, and Moonlight fragrances on store shelves. And, most recently, her latest perfume, God Is a Woman.

Singer Rihanna recently launched her own unisex fragrance, Fenty Eau de Parfum. Featuring notes of magnolia, musk, tangerine, blueberry, geranium, and patchouli—the fragrance from Fenty Beauty is also
cruelty-free.

“Brown is my favorite color. Brown is who I am. Brown is what I come from. If I’m going to make a fragrance that represents me, even the body language of the bottle needs to marry that,” the R&B and pop singer
said. “So, I wanted something brown, but also transparent. So you could see the liquid and the fragrance you’re about to experience.”

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