Just because you're reading novels on tablet now, doesn't mean you can't be near the smell of books. Chanel mastermind Karl Lagerfeld, who's creating a library scent, is a notorious book-lover. His personal library contains more than 300,000 books and to him, the fragrance that will contain "a fatty tone" is an absolute must-have.
There's something about the smell of a new car that just gets our hearts beating a little faster. But what about the smell of a new laptop? A company in Australia is working with a scent marketing company to create a fragrance that smells like a freshly opened, Apple MacBook. We're going to call the product iFragrance until it's officially named.
Nothing says, "it's nearly summer" like a fresh lobster roll, but if you can't afford one, try this lobster-smelling perfume at roughly the third of the price. Lobster Cologne, by Demeter ($6, Scent.net), is fragrance made up of scents from "the sea, sweet meat, and a hint of drawn butter." We find it hard to believe someone is actually buying this; it all seems a little fishy.
We'll jam out to Poker Face just as much as the next girl, but it's safe to say we're not gaga about Lady Gaga's upcoming fragrance. In case you missed the hype last year, the pop star has a unique fragrance in the works that will smell like blood and semen. We can't wait to see what she names this one.
Love the smell of smoke? So does Christopher Brosius, an independent scent creator and owner of the I Hate Perfume brand Christopher's business plan is to create fragrances that don't smell like traditional commercial scents, but rather things we smell of every day. Other perfumes of his include "A Day at the Beach" and "Burning Leaves" ($90, Cbihateperfume.com).