What happened to Sarah Jessica Parker’s dirty manly perfume? Is SJP NYC what became of it? Strawberry? And why do I want to smell this? (I did love Shasta Strawberry soda as a kid. Though not as much as Shasta Grape.)
I tried SJP NYC the other day at the mall, and it's nasty. It's the smell of the air in a Bath & Body Works store: a mindless jumble of artificial, unspecified fruitiness and hell.
When I smelled it, my thought was, "Oh, I get it. Sarah Jessica Parker needs to deliver a hit album to the record company, so she's just slapping her name on this cynical teen-bait."
I, too, am waiting for SJP's dirty manly perfume. The last I heard was that the perfumer she's working with was ordering cases of Tauer Perfumes L'Air du Desert Marocain. And that she personally wears the stuff, too.
The SJP site says it was inspired by the spirit of Carrie Bradshaw and it's about freedom, possibilities and "fabulous style." Are you saying fabulous style smells like artificial fruit?
This is disappointing after reading all about SJP's sophisticated sense of smell and her upcoming "dirty" perfume. How many times must we endure being let down by our celebrities?
"It's the smell of the air in a Bath & Body Works store: a mindless jumble of artificial, unspecified fruitiness and hell."
That's not exactly the SJP NYC ad copy. In fact, the ad copy is:
"The new scent by Sarah Jessica Parker that brings fragrance and fashion together in a surprising new way."
You should put both on your blog and let people who've sampled it pick the most accurate one.