Scent-sational! Thanks to Sarah Jessica Parker, you can now go about your business smelling a bit sweaty and smoky with a hint of body odor.
The actress is launching her third fragrance and she used men's body odor as the base scent (that's supposed to be a good thing, too).
SJP spoke to The Coveteur about hew new fragrance, which she calls Stash.
"Can you smell like, all the smoke? All the dark wood and body odor. It's old and sexy, like a sweater from a guy who was on the Eurorail too long or something. Do you know what I mean?," she said of the scent in very, uh, unique language.
Granted, while the description is a bit strange, the former "Sex and the City" star hopes to corner the market with Stash, as it is designed to be unisex, which is certainly not common in the fragrance world.
"I knew that I wanted a teeny bit of cognac, a teeny bit of leather, a teeny bit of body odor. We started working on this back when [her perfume] Lovely came out and nobody was ready for it," she said. "They were like, 'genderless doesn't work, there's nothing like that on the market' — and then I watched it happen.
"So I started working on [Stash] with the people that I worked on with Lovely and they sorted it out. I really wanted it to smell personal, that it could be adaptable, which is a very hard thing for fragrance. Fragrance tends to be super surface-y and it can wear you… and then someone hugs you and then you smell like them."
The shoe maven said she's been wearing Stash (and apparently smelling like a European man) constantly now, adding that she has no guidelines for how much perfume she uses in her daily life.
"I just put so much of it on—it's gross. I'm sure it offends some people. I literally put it everywhere," she said. "Everything gets it—my parka, my hat, clothes. I was saying to Jon Dinapoli, our creative director, that Stash requires a little a more aggressive application on your skin but it stays on your skin and clothes so well—which I personally love. I love walking into a closet and smelling fragrance."
The Coveteur, for what it's worth, said Stash "smells amazing" and is "sexy men on the Eurorail in the best way possible."