A trio of new Star Trek fragrances, named after the main characters Uhura, Spock and Kirk, will launch in the summer of 2017 in Europe...
The scents were developed with Lifestyle Perfumes, which is already behind a collection of Star Wars perfumes.
Each Star Strek composition highlights a personality trait of its titular TV character: Uhura symbolizes emancipation while Spock bottles his logical intelligence and Kirk captures his charisma.
Uhura is a woody fruity-floral. The brand stresses that the fictional sci-fi character was an inspiration in real life for African-Americans, including former NASA astronaut Mae Jemison.
The eau de parfum for women has top notes of bergamot, mango, grapefruit and neroli, with a heart of orange blossom, violet leaves and jasmine - and a base of cedarwood, musk, amber, and sandalwood highlighting Uhura's sensuality.
Spock eau de toilette for men has head notes of tangerine, cardamom and pineapple with a heart of lavender, violet leaves and pink pepper, and a base of patchouli, suede leather and cedarwood.
Kirk eau de toilette for men has top notes of bergamot, lavender, apple, and grapefruit, with a heart of lily of the valley, rose, geranium, and violet, and a base of tonka, cinnamon, leather, sandalwood, and patchouli.
Below in the video is a moment of civil rights progress in American television: the scene of a barely legal public kiss between two members of a real society, which still practiced segregation in 1968 revolving around the color of your skin and institutional economic group dominance. It came a year after the feature movie, Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? (1967). It's weirdly perfect because it shows how weird the phenomenon of racism is. In the story, a "kinetic power" is invented to make you feel in a protracted manner the paradox of a kiss controlled by society.
Available in 50 ml.