....the ambitiously christened "Scent of Peace," is a departure, in that its blend of grapefruit, black currant, cedar and musk, is not linked with a specific quarter of Manhattan. "Peace," as Ms. Rahmé declared with some heat, "is a neighborhood we all want to live in."
The new perfume, introduced last month at a series of lunches in the Delegates' Dining Room of the United Nations, was inspired by Sept. 11, 2001, she declared. "It was New York that was attacked not so long ago, so if there is a message of peace, that too has to start in New York," she said.
Scent of Peace has apparently sparked some controversy — read all about it.