Keira Knightley’s Photoshopped Fragrance Campaign; Oprah Loves How Jay-Z Smells

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Left, Keira in September 2008. Right, her new Chanel campaign. Photo: Getty Images; Courtesy of Chanel

FRAGRANCE
• Keira Knightley stars in the new campaign for Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle fragrance. But some are wondering if the actress's assets were enhanced in the image. [Beauty Counter/Style.com]

• Oprah Winfrey on Jay-Z: "He smelled so good. It’s the kind of thing where you hug a guy and the scent is sort of buried in them. When we went to the second location I could still smell him on me [and] it was like, 'oh my, this is wonderful!'" [StyleWatch/People]

Phillip Lim, Henry Holland, Richard Nicoll, Damir Doma, Henrik Vibskov, and Toga are all creating fragrances for the second series of the Six Scents Fragrance Initiative, with proceeds donated to Pro Natura. [Elle UK]

SKIN
• There's new trend in spa treatments called Baby Bump Facials, which promise to help hydrate and prevent stretch marks through a gentle cleansing, an exfoliation, a mask, and an application of cream on the mom-to-be's belly. [Girls in the Beauty Department/Glamour]

• Telling someone they look tan can be considered a compliment, but one person says she now feels guilty when people tell her she has a glow because tanning has become a social taboo. Do you agree? [HuffPo]