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The modern way to wear seductive scents
“Opulence used to mean ‘special occasion,’” says Michael Kors, whose latest trio of fragrances, the Gold Collection, is an ode to everyday luxury. “That has totally changed—the rules are gone.”
A woman might wear white gold if she wakes up “feeling powerful,” says the designer, rose gold if she’s in a romantic mood or yellow gold when she feels like Naomi Campbell (that is, “completely glamorous”). She’ll pick her fragrances the same way: based on desire and not destination.
“It used to be if you had a sexy, lush fragrance, you’d say ‘Oh, I’m wearing it on Friday night; I have a date,’” says Kors. “Now, why wouldn’t you want to be glamorous even if you’re going to the gym? We mix it up today. That’s what keeps it modern.”
From left: Michael Kors 24K Brilliant Gold, Rose Radiant Gold and White Luminous Gold eau de parfum sprays ($107 each for 100 mL).