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04.20.2014
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Marc Jacobs' Homage... Eau de Pugh... Ghesquière Seeing Green

Marc Jacobs, whose 2001 collaboration with Stephen Sprouse opened a floodgate of possibilities for Louis Vuitton, has a major homage in the works: Sprouse.

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HIGH NOTE: Self-admitted beauty junkie Mary J. Blige is scent obsessed, and pretty soon she’ll have her very own fragrance, which is being developed with Carol’s Daughter. At a private dinner at Philippe after her Radio City Music Hall performance Thursday night, Blige bit her tongue as she was about to reveal the details of the fragrance. “The name of the fragrance just came to me, but I can’t tell you,” said Blige. “I’ve always wanted to do a fragrance because I love when men and women smell good.” Although the company is still figuring out the details of the project, Carol’s Daughter founder Lisa Price said the fragrance is scheduled to come out at the end of next year. As one of the celebrity ambassadors for Carol’s Daughter, Blige does everything from appearing in the brand’s ads to making in-store appearances. Earlier in the evening, Blige performed for more than an hour in racy, over-the-knee stiletto boots. Blige shared the secret of keeping her energy level high. “That kind of routine, of course, requires training, but the key is to have four big meals throughout the day before going on stage,” she said. When asked if it’s true that she has a four-octave range and a killer baritone, Blige blushed and modestly responded: “I’m no Mariah Carey, but I do have to say I can do such a low baritone that it scares off men.”

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