Just as fashion and home furnishings follow color trends, so too do perfumes. Or at least that's the way it seems this season with the launch of three new designer fragrances all packaged in pink. Ralph Lauren's new Lauren Style even features rosy-hued "juice" inside the bottle. For Dutch design duo Viktor & Rolf's first fragrance, Flowerbomb, the idea is to convey an explosion of blossoms. And for Marc Jacobs' second scent, Blush, the name is self-explanatory. Pink isn't the only common message in these bottles—they also all feature floral top notes with heavy accents of jasmine and orange flower....
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