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First a Bag, Now a Fragrance Inspired by the Stylish Jane Birkin

Lyn Harris of Miller Harris London has just released a very vanilla-y, oriental-smelling fragrance inspired by Jane Birkin. Style icon Birkin is a legendary actress, singer, model, and humanitarian, as well as the inspiration behind the legendary Hermes Birkin Bag, which has the distinction of having the longest waiting list for any luxury item in history (about six years at its peak).

It has been Birkin's lifelong dream to create her own scent, and now it's finally here. She worked alongside Harris to ensure perfection and even sketched the William Blake-style nymphs that appear on the bottle and the packaging. Called L'air De Rien, the fragrance is intended to reflect Brikin's passions. The very earthy fragrance can be worn "like a veil over one's body," hence the name, which literally translates to "the air of nothing." It's an exquisite fragrance blended with amber, vanilla, neroli, oak moss, and musks. You can buy the perfume here for £75.00, or call (212) 940-2145 to buy a 3.4-ounce bottle for $180.

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jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
Ima - I definitely agree with you somewhat. But, I know what notes I like, so reading about a perfume that has some of what I like intrigues me and I'll check it out.
Daisy6264 Daisy6264 9 years
I bet it smells good.
nicachica nicachica 9 years
i can never understand the definitions of perfume scents. all i know is that i don't like smelling like a cupcake with tons of sugar frosting or an english garden of roses. i'll leave that to my air freshener!
ann_fancy ann_fancy 9 years
it's never out of style
Toronado Toronado 9 years
Six years for that Birken bag? By the time you get it, hasn't it gone out of style?
audreystar audreystar 9 years
*they*
Imabeliever Imabeliever 9 years
perfume is such a complicated thing..you can never properly describe it in print and since it smells slightly different on each person..why do they even try to define it.. it needs to be experienced in person before you could ever buy it..right?
audreystar audreystar 9 years
when will the come up with scratch and sniff computers?! sounds yummy.
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
Oooh that sounds wonderful.
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