Kenneth Hirst has created 10 celebrity perfume bottles, not for use, but meant to sum up the personalities of celebrities who, so far, dont have their own fragrances.
Hirst was inspired to create his first perfume protest when a reporter from Allure magazine asked him to design a product for Bush and he came up with a cubed bottle with the Presidential Seal and named the fictitious fragrance Believe.
Other phony fragrances include Cruise For Men to play up the actors denials that hes gay and a Schwarzenegger scent called Edelweiss that has a bottle shaped like a girlie mans atomic weapon.
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