Jessica Simpson Launches First Perfume; Women Covet Bony Shoulders

Fancy pants, Jessica Simpson. Photo: Jessica Simpson Fancy/Parlux

FRAGRANCE


• Jessica Simpson's first fragrance, Fancy, launches this week at major department stores starting at $49 a bottle. As if you're not already convinced to buy it, do know that it's made by Parlux, the same company that does the Paris Hilton scent. [Cosmetic News]

Donna Karan is creating an eight-piece fragrance collection made up of scents past and present, to be sold exclusively at Bergdorf Goodman. In November, four Donna Karan candles will also be available exclusively Bergdorf for $60 each. [WWD]

PLASTIC SURGERY
• New York surgeons report a rise in shoulder liposuction because women want toned shoulders and blades that jut out like Keira Knightley's or Madonna's. Nothing says "vivacious" and "come hither" like bones jutting out of your back. [Daily Mail]

MAKEUP
• DueBa is a company in Korea that manufactures extra-wide versions of contact lenses so that when worn, eyes mimic the anime look. It cost $50 a pair to look like a cartoon, so Halloween, here we come! [BellaSugar]

HAIR
• Peaches Geldof claimed she passed out from hair-dye fumes last week. Tabloids claim the passing out was actually drug-related, and a doctor says it's fairly uncommon for people to collapse from ammonia fumes from hair dye. So … what now, Peaches? [Daily Beauty Reporter/Allure]