Naomi by Naomi Campbell ~ new perfume

Naomi by Naomi Campbell fragrance

Naomi Campbell will launch Naomi by Naomi Campbell in September. The 'elegant and sexy' fruity floral fragrance for women is Campbell's eleventh perfume, and reflects the many facets of her strong personality.

The notes feature lemon, raspberry, guava, rose, water lily, sandalwood, coffee, vanilla and caramel notes.

Naomi by Naomi Campbell will be available in 15 and 30 ml Eau de Toilette or 30 ml Eau de Parfum; matching body products will also be sold. (via moodiereport)

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  1. Racine says:

    Diamonds anyone???

    • Robin says:

      LOL…it does seem like bad timing.

    • LaMaroc says:

      How about “Dirty Diamonds”? :P

      • boojum says:

        That actually has a nice double meaning… like it!

      • RusticDove says:

        Dirty Diamonds is perfect! ;-)

        • rlikestosmell says:

          Such bad timing, agree. Who says to themselves, “Gee, I wish I could also pretend to be willfully ignorant of the institutionalized human slaughter and abuse behind this ‘gift’.”

          Sorry, that was callous, but celebrities should have a smidgen of morality, even these days.

  2. Bear says:

    Her first perfume, the one with the eagle talon cap, was surprisingly great for a celebrity scent. BUT, NC seems to personify the worst of diva-dom. BUT, I’m a perfume ho, if a bottle was in front of me, I would try it. Have to say again, the first one was great. I think I’ll search for a backup bottle.

    • Robin says:

      That one was called Naomi Campbell, yes? I have not tried it. I do not see her fragrances around.

      • Bear says:

        Yes, Naomi Campbell. Just checked Fragrancenet and they have 7 of her scents, 1 oz. of the original $17.19. Not affiliated, just a VERY good customer, unfortunately for my wallet!

  3. AnnS says:

    My sinuses are killing me today, so I feel unusually bitchy. Really? Naomi? A fragrance? Shouldn’t the accords of airborn cell phones, arrest warrents and court rooms be included in the list of notes that reflect her strong personality? She is so horribly tacky, selfish, and ignorant of how most people perceive her.

    Diamonds indeed, Racine.

    • Robin says:

      I admit to knowing virtually nothing about her, but these do seem to get more press overseas than here.

  4. RuthW says:

    Cannot stand Naomi Campbell and I LMAO at the “reflects the many facets of her strong personality” in the ad copy.
    They really are saying, “hey, you all know she’s a b**tch, so if want to smell like a beautiful, successful b**tch then buy this”.
    Or maybe I’m just grumpy because I’m moving next week.

  5. LaMaroc says:

    Her 11th? Where have I been? I don’t even remember the one with the eagle talon cap. All I’ve seen is the boring fruity/musk thing at discounters. But then I’m in the U.S. Has she released more in Europe?

    • Bear says:

      Someone gave a rave review of NC1 about ten years! ago, and I hunted down a bottle @ the discounters. Eventually, I found another bottle @ Marshalls.
      Her frags are marketed primarily in Europe, especially Germany, ala Gabriella Sabatini.

  6. Dzingnut says:

    They forgot one pertinent fact:

    The bottle is perfectly shaped and balanced for throwing.

  7. JeninDC says:

    I won’t even go into Naomi Campbell herself, but those notes sound like a hot mess. Lemon and coffee? I can’t imagine this at all.

  8. boojum says:

    Caramel, raspberry and guava aren’t quite the notes I’d think of to reflect a “strong” personality… is it just me? At the very least, a big dose of patch or galbanum or something should be there. Preferably patch, so I could continue to have no interest in smelling it.

  9. Joe says:

    At least it’s not “Dirty Rocks by Naomi Campbell” or “White Blood Diamons by Naomi Campbell.”

    “… reflects the many facets of her personality…” Heh. Facets.

    Wow, her eleventh.

  10. olenska says:

    Naomi by Naomi Campbell…. the fragrance that slaps you upside the head and says “Bitch, you’re working my last nerve”…..

    • Amanda says:

      LOL, <3 it – you should do her ads.

      • olenska says:

        Only if I can design the bottle, too. It would, of course be shaped like a cellphone, and its sprayer would be engineered to deploy spritzes of fragrance ONLY when one is the bottle to assault one’s employees….. for the seventh time in ten years.

        • olenska says:

          I meant “USES the bottle”, sorry.

          • Amanda says:

            It’d be a dangerous job :p

  11. Aparatchick says:

    Those notes don’t say “elegant and sexy” to me.

    But she’s been so busy with 11 perfumes, no wonder she was upset about being “inconvenienced” by having to testify at a war crimes trial.

    • boojum says:

      They don’t to me either… but neither does she.

  12. Daisy says:

    11th? I guess I missed #1-10…..are the others even in production anymore? I shudder to think……

  13. Rictor07 says:

    I dont know what the big deal about these diamonds is? People in third world countries die for all kinds of reasons. America has been at war for oil for how many years now? American soldiers are dying to bring us cheap gasoline to fill our cars and suvs every week, and yet that seems perfectly acceptable.

    Anyway, to comment on this perfume, i agree with some previous posters. The notes sound like they would clash with each other.

    • Morgan says:

      Wow that’s a pretty hardcore callous comment. I know this is a polite blog, but that really has to be said.
      Your homework is to research the myriad ways in which dictators make life a living hell for civilians. Then maybe you won’t be so quick to dismiss the importance of evidence in a war crimes trial.

      • Robin says:

        You’ve both had your say, and I’d appreciate it if we drop the subject now — it is definitely a subject worth arguing about, but this isn’t the place. Thanks so much!

  14. platinum14 says:

    I hear she’s frantically working on her 12th frag:
    That &%$#% Farrow will die!

  15. aestheticcoo says:

    If anyone is interested I saw a teaser of her making mahem on the reality show, The Rachel Zoe Project.
    What’s with this ad?…it looks very, I don’t know, simple, too safe, boring – not as editorial as you would think a Naomi Campbell image would look like.
    Regarding the ‘dirty diamond’ testimony…I think it’s quite interesting that Mia Farrow didn’t corroborate Naomi’s story…
    Needless to say but I won’t be seeking this out or the other 11 (geeze louise 11, really?!?)

  16. Fuddy Duddy 101 says:

    I will give Proctor & Gamble props for releasing body products with the juice. I wish they all did that.

  17. Absolute Scentualist says:

    I don’t think I could get past NC fronting this to even give it a shot, and I know they don’t have much to do with the production but even still… The notes do sound interesting. I do love frags with coffee as a note, but wouldn’t be able to get the image of a full coffee cup hurtling through the air toward some poor hapless assistant out of my head. :(

    I was surprised she’s got eleven perfumes, but heard somewhere this week that Celine Dion is soon to release her thirteenth! I haven’t smelled but maybe one or two of them…

  18. Kitty says:

    Maybe after you spray it on, the bottle launches itself at you. I’m just sayin’….

  19. VanMorrisonFan says:

    Maybe she can rework the song Marilyn Monroe sang, “(Blood) Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend.”

    I remember George Carlin’s routine about the difference between men and women. A man’s best friend? A dog…but a woman’s best friend? DIAMONDS.

  20. Lovetosmell says:

    No thank you I will pass and not even try it when I see it here in Sweden.I find this woman disgusting this stuff with these Diamonds is the last straw.

  21. Amanda says:

    The original press release includes this gem [nudge-nudge, wink-wink]; “… This fragrance represents Naomi on the scene: gracious, elegant and seductive…”

    I’ll give her seductive, but gracious and elegant?

  22. 12th perfume? Where have I been? I remember seeing one of hers in Germany in a brushed metallic brown bottle that smelt quite reasonable – I thought that was called Naomi, but clearly not. Or maybe she is banking on us all forgetting what the earlier scents were called and is now recycling the names like those big Victorian families whose eldest and second youngest children are both called John – well, if so, her plan has worked!

  23. SiameseCat says:

    This isn’t meant in a dismissive way, but what’s the deal with diamonds and this despicable person? (At first I thought it was a reference to Armani Diamonds because of the raspberry.) Between attacking people and wearing real fur she’s one of the most offputting individuals I know of. I’d be delighted to know of more misdeeds. Is there maybe a link?
    While I don’t respect cel. scents I still sniff them and would buy one if it measured up. But I wouldn’t touched anything by this name if it was the Holy Grail of perfumes.
    Sorry to sound like that, I’ll be nice elsewhere.

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