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  1. Anonymous says:

    Don't know…this whole story is too 'romantic'…

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  3. Anonymous says:

    The video was a little scripted and stiff, but she's not a professional actress, I doubt I could do better. The music was an odd choice.

    What I like is the idea of having that kind of power and resources! Hmmm, today I think I'll have a perfume whipped up that smells like all of my favorite things and then get to design beautiful packaging for it…Oh, Oliver could you come in here darling? LOL!

  4. Anonymous says:

    LOL — but notice how all her favorite things add up to a pretty trendy perfume? I have a feeling nobody really has the power to make a perfume of all their favorite things any more. You've got to make something that sells.

    Agree on the music.

  5. Anonymous says:

    True enough. Unless you're Christopher Brosius (who does seem to have the right kind of imagination and funding) or enough money to create a bespoke. I need to start buying lottery tickets!

    *Or you're JLo, walking around in a caftan (and sadly, I don't own a caftan, which I think is nicer way of saying muu-muu) and diamonds (and wood, cause you're Jenny from the block and still in touch with your roots?) and call on your people to come sniff your garden. We can't all be JLo.

    LOL! That story gets funnier every time I think about it!

  6. Anonymous says:

    Well see, CB, like any little indie line, doesn't need to worry about mass-appeal. But then, nor can he do the sort of bottle that CH has. So you'll have to take your pick!

    And yes, that J Lo story was funny!

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