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Paris feels the fragrance love

Published 30/07/2015

Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton

Paris Hilton has launched her 17th scent in the UK.

The hotel heiress has made a fortune in her own right, with a fragrance empire worth over $2 billion.

Her 17th creation, With Love, Paris Hilton, hit UK shelves yesterday, and the blonde star has been feeling the love on Instagram.

"CurrentMood (sic)," she posted next to a photo of a T-shirt covered in rose print, with the words Paris in Love.

The new perfume is made up of fruity, floral and citrus notes. Green apple, bergamot and wild jasmine fuse well together to give a light, fresh scent.

"Just like my fans, I've evolved over the years and this new fragrance represents that. It's different from my last fragrance Dazzle, which was very pink and girly; With Love, Paris Hilton is sophisticated and confident, but still feminine, which I think a lot of my fans will relate to," Paris said.

Made with perfumer Harry Frémont, With Love, Paris Hilton sums up the 34-year-old.

"I wanted to incorporate some of her favourite scents, blending with ingredients that capture her essence," he said.

"Her elegance is embodied through top notes of juicy, crunchy fruits like kiwi and green apple kissed by the sparkle of bergamot. Like Paris, the heart of the fragrance is ultra-feminine as it blooms with wild jasmine, fresh orchid and the tenderness of muguet. A sensual finish of modern woods, musk and radiant ambergris recalls her inherent sensuality."

An eager fan also helped Paris feel the love yesterday, when he proposed to her in LA. Superbike racer Johnny Rock Page used a plane to pop the question, with "Marry Me Paris Whitney Hilton Honoring Jesus Christ. 269?" trailed across the sky.

TMZ claims Johnny is an obsessed fan who has been trying to win Paris' heart for some time. Unfortunately for him, Paris is currently in Ibiza, where she DJs.

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