It was only a matter of time before
Yup. Uh-huh, I thought when D’Amelio announced her debut perfume,
“Celebrity fragrance” ≠ “bad.” Not all celebrity fragrances!
Determined to give it a chance, I accepted a sample of Born Dreamer. I will not be a fragrance snob, I told myself.
The joke is totally on me, because D’Amelio delivered. Like many great celebrity fragrances before it, Born Dreamer is a
Created by D’Amelio and French fragrance manufacturer Robertet, Born Dreamer is easy-to-wear yet distinctive. It’s straightforward, without being overly simple. It’s kind of like a Bath & Body Works shower gel, all grown up. Basically, it’s everything that you want out of a $48 bottle of perfume.
Before signing off, I’m going to do some requisite expectation management. If you hate gourmands, Born Dreamer is not for you. If you want something complicated and cerebral, Born Dreamer is not for you. If you recoil at the thought of wearing a celebrity fragrance, Born Dreamer is not for you.
For the rest of you open-minded fragheads: enjoy!