If your dream perfume smells exactly like a naked person, then you're in luck, because there's a whole crop of new scents designed for closet nudists. Most recently, Nasomatto Nuda ($144), a scent that's supposed to embody "the translucence of our senses, nude desire," and Nudité Intense ($48), which smells like "a sheer, diaphanous wisp of nude skin," became available. And that's not all.
Mémoire Liquide created No. 502 Nudité Absolue Parfum ($65), there's naked-skin scented Perfect Veil Pure Perfume Oil ($40) from Sarah Horowitz Parfums, and even big fragrance houses have gotten in on the act, with fragrances like Stella McCartney's new Stella Nude ($45), which "evokes the softness of skin." I think I can see the appeal of wearing something that smells like a very good version of nothing, but what do you think? Is this a trend you'll be stripping down for?