Cover: Salma Hayek
Scent strips: Viktor & Rolf Flowerbomb, Estee Lauder Sensuous Nude, Elie Saab, Dior J'Adore, Givenchy Ange ou Demon Le Secret Elixir.
Editorial coverage: The Beauty Reporter section includes Prada Candy in the "Editor's Favorites" (p. 62), the "Smell This" feature (random passersby comment on a scent) features Chanel Jersey (p. 74) and "Heidi Ho!" (p. 76) is a long blurb about Heidi Klum's new floriental fragrance, Shine.
Frida Giannini: 10 Things Every Woman Should Have includes (not surprisingly) Gucci Guilty (p. 92).
Cover: Gwyneth Paltrow
Scent strips: Vera Wang Lovestruck; Jimmy Choo Parfum; Dior J’adore; Dolce & Gabbana the one
Editorial coverage: p. 370 onwards, House Blend: in the fashion world, designer fragrances are where mythology meets mixology. Here, the elements that inspired three of the season’s chicest new brews. By April Long (L’Essence by Balenciaga, Elie Saab Le Parfum, Fendi Fan di Fendi)
Brief mention: p. 390, It List (Estee Lauder Sensuous Nude, Acqua di Parma Gelsomino Nobile)
Cover: Mark Sanchez
Scent strips: Calvin Klein Eternity Aqua; Georgio Armani Sport Code
Editorial coverage: p. 150, M Grooming, Learn from the Ladies, Girlie Men! We wouldn’t be caught dead spraying Secret on our armpits, but we’ve got to admit, our sisters have the grooming thing figured out. Here, six GQ guys fess up to the women’s potions that make them look, feel, and smell their manly best.
Cover: Karmen Pedaru
Scent strips: Dior J’adore; Elie Saab Le Parfum
Editorial coverage: None
Brief Mention: pg. 369 onwards, Best Beauty, brief mentions of Tom Ford Violet Blonde, Givenchy Dahlia Noir and Fendi Fan di Fendi
Cover: Kristen Stewart
Scent strips: Jimmy Choo Parfum
Editorial coverage: p. 198, Six Scents, An architect charged with safeguarding history finds a new inspiration: his nose. (Arquiste line)
p. 218, Homegrown, DS & Durga mini-interview
Brief Mention: p. 22, Losing the Wait (about the wait involved to get a bespoke perfume made by Lyn Harris of Miller Harris Perfumer)
p. 264, Note Worthy: Many fragrances share common notes: rose, jasmine, vanilla. The perfumer’s talent lies in how they’re mixed and what they’re mixed with. (10 perfumes showcased)
Note: As always, thanks to Kevin, who covered everything but Allure.