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Bombshell Fantasy Fragrance made its debut

January 23, 2013

Bombshell Fantasy Fragrance, designed exclusively for Victoria’s Secret by London Jewelers, made its debut at the Victoria’s Secret Herald Square store in New York. Featured in the 2012 Victoria’s Secret Christmas Dreams & Fantasies Catalogue as well as in the Victoria’s Secret Holiday iPad app, the $500,000 fragrance will be a coveted gift for Holiday 2012, according to the company, as the award-winning Victoria’s Secret Bombshell Eau de Parfum is “blinged out” for the season. The bottle is comprised of white, pink and yellow diamonds, sapphires and rubies, plus a 10-carat white diamond and an exquisite hand-carved tourmaline butterfly. More than 15,000 stones from around the world were inspected to find the perfect color, the right size and the ideal shape to create this one-of-a-kind fragrance bottle. The fragrance has notes of purple passion fruit, Shangri-La peony and vanilla orchid.

More info: www.victoriassecret.com/beauty
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