Peter Andre Unconditional ~ new fragrance

Peter Andre Unconditional

UK-based singer and reality TV star Peter Andre (ex-husband of Katie Price) has launched Unconditional Pour Femme, his debut fragrance:

Through a blend of fruity floral tones, “Unconditional” is a unique female scent that is best described as proactive, sensuous and exciting. This is the ideal gift for those important ladies in your life, girlfriends, Mums, Grandma’s, teachers, nurses or carers to prove your love for them is “Unconditional”.

The notes for the fruity floral scent include apricot, rose, jasmine, patchouli, dark amber, vanilla and skin musk.

Peter Andre Unconditional is exclusive to The Perfume Shop, and is available in 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette. (via peterandre)

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  1. flittersniffer says:

    Apart from my total lack of interest in the whole Jordan-Peter divorce debacle, I couldn’t possibly countenance a scent for which the PR blurb spelt the plural of “grandma” with an apostrophe. : – )

    I quite like the sound of the base notes, despite myself….

    • Robin says:

      Isn’t that funny?? I love the idea that it’s unique even though it’s a fruity floral. Ha.

  2. dissed says:

    And haven’t I waited all my life for a proactive fruity-floral?

  3. Daisy says:

    Well, isn’t this just too….generic ….sounding!
    Not that it sounds horrible….just really…generic…
    BTW—no idea who either of these folks are and not surprisingly: I don’t really care! Do they know anything about fragrance? most likely not.

    • Robin says:

      Watch this, he sprays it in some poor woman’s eye:

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3_tciHe_xA8

      • Daisy says:

        ouch! ok, accident–obviously . A little over zealous, eh? He could be an SA !!! He seems convinced that Unconditional is an evening fragrance but the notes say “day/ casual wear” to me….

        • Ailsa says:

          I thought that was weird about the evening scent comment too. Actually the whole thing is a bit odd – it’s clearly being marketed in the ad copy towards men, and the bottle looks like a mens fragrance. Not really froofy and colourful enough for a fruity-floral day scent, never mind evening…I guess he was really searching for something to say about it!

          • Robin says:

            My guess is that he’d never smelled it before.

          • vickyjane says:

            At least he was honest enough to keep using the word “endorsement”, rather than trying to make out that he’d somehow created it himself. Refreshing!

          • Robin says:

            Vickyjane, totally agree.

      • vickyjane says:

        Lol! :) This whole thing’s just making me giggle. I’m not even annoyed that it’s another fruity-floral celebriscent with punctuation errors – for some reason this story is just tickling my funny bone. Not in the slightest bit interested in the scent – just enjoying the silliness of the whole matter today!

        • Robin says:

          The video is great fun…

  4. Ailsa says:

    I think any one of my teachers would be rather taken aback if I attempted to prove my unconditional love for them, no less if I did it with a Peter Andre scent.

  5. RachelSF says:

    Something recommended for teachers, nurses, carers? It sounds like a hand sanitizer….

  6. Dolly says:

    I bet the hand sanitizer smells better.

  7. Dolly says:

    WOW! This is certainly an original fragrance. (Eyes rolling upward and lips pursed together.)

  8. zara says:

    ‘a proactive scent’ wow :D I’m puzzled

    • Robin says:

      It applies itself to you whether you like it or not (?)

  9. Chyprista says:

    Having just emerged from a dank condo bin in
    a converted school, I am receptive to anything.

    Has anyone sniffed this?

    And when is Chandler Burr returning?

    • Robin says:

      The NYT have cut lots of staff — was wondering if Burr might be one of them? But I have no idea.

  10. laken says:

    Sounds sniff-worthy. I like the name.

    • Robin says:

      Never hurts to try :-)

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