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Britney's personal perfume touch

Published 05/08/2015

Britney Spears
Britney Spears

Britney Spears looked to her lingerie line for inspiration for her latest perfume.

The singer is behind the mega successful Fantasy fragrance, which has had numerous incarnations since it first hit shelves in 2005.

Britney's latest version is Fantasy Intimate Edition, which took more than 12 months to get right and incorporates notes of jasmine, musk, and vanilla blend.

"Fantasy is a fragrance my fans love, so when reinventing new versions, we always try to give it a little something special, while staying true to the flirty essence of the original," Britney told US InStyle.

"We worked with Olivier Gillotin from Givaudan for over a year to make sure it was perfect. He made sure the scent stayed true to the addictive quality of Fantasy. This one gives my fans a glimpse of who I am when I'm at home, relaxing - that's my favourite part of the day."

Alongside creating the perfect scent, Britney was keen to get the bottle right. This time around she's chosen a white colour, with pink gems adorning the sphere. Drawing inspiration from her lingerie line, Intimate Britney Spears, the 33-year-old made sure the feel was both sexy and romantic.

"I wanted the bottle to feel light and airy like lace or silk. The fragrance box actually features a lace pattern I picked for the Clematis Bralette and Underwear set.

"My sleepwear collection reveals a more sensual side of my personality, and exploring that part of myself inspired me to create a fragrance that's romantic," she revealed.

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