Rihanna Goes Rogue (2013) {New Perfume} {Celebrity Fragrance}


Cultivating her bad girl image, singer Rihanna will launch her fourth perfume to date called Rogue from September 2013. The tag line is "Push boundaries. Be bold. Go ROGUE."  It follows her debut scent in 2011, Reb'l Fleur, succeeded by Rebelle and Nude (2012). Rogue will come first in a feminine version and then in a masculine one according to the vocal artist herself using the handle "baggalriri" who said, "Rogue comes in two installments, first is women's! Men's follows shortly after!"...

As if influenced by the big celebrity-studded event that inaugurated the MET Costume Institute exhibition "PUNK: Chaos to Couture" last spring, the flacon is decorated with Punk spikes in the bottom of the bottle, while the cap and outer packaging are mimicking galuchat or shark skin, just to make the point that you can't mess with this fragrance, or rather the woman who wears it.

"Rihanna launches her newest fragrance, Rogue by Rihanna. Rihanna created this adventurous scent for the woman who, like herself, radiates edginess and confidence but is also flirty and feminine. Rihanna exudes strength, femininity and mischief conveyed to her fans through music, unpredictable fashion choices, memorable unapologetic performances, and now through her new fragrance, Rogue." 


The pop diva was shot in black and white by Mario Sorrenti wearing a simple slip in a minimalist environment. The perfume itself is reportedly a "flirty, sensual Oriental" with notes of lemon blossom, cyclamen, jasmine, rose, plum, sueded leather, woods, patchouli, musk, amber and vanilla. 
It's meant to be worn by "...all women, for every mood, because we all want to project our true selves,"
Prices: $18 for a roller ball to $69 for a 4.2-oz. bottle. At Macy’s, Dillard’s and Belk.

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  1. I have given this a sniff....it's bodega venetta..in a different bottle and name...very much a copy..but rather nice copy..but rather wanted to sniff something more edgy. :)

    • For a perfume named "Rogue" it sounds indeed a bit safe :) Sometimes you get the impression that perfumers are textile weavers: they just like weaving in traditional, nice accords.

      Chant Wagner

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