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Hello, fabulouses, and welcome to this week’s VIP Beauty Tues News which is all about a Creed fragrance commissioned in 1951 by fashion and film icon Audrey Hepburn.

Thanks so much, Tara, for always giving me a little history lesson about Creed! It is so amazing how each scent has its own little story!

Thanks so much, Tara, for always giving me a little history lesson about Creed! It is so amazing how each scent has its own little story!

I first learned about Spring Flower and its history from Saks Fifth Avenue Birmingham’s Creed Fragrance Expert Tara Powell, and I immediately fell in love with the flirty, fruity scent. I mean, come on–what fashionista does not want to smell like the one and only Audrey Hepburn?!

Spring Flower is a unique blend of peach, melon, and apple top notes, jasmine and rose middle notes, and base notes of musk and ambergris. When I put on this youthfully fun and simultaneously sexy scent, it gives me an overwhelming confidence–smelling fabulous is the icing on the cake of any fashionista’s outfit! “Delightfully pink and pretty, Creed Spring Flower is a playful and unapologetic celebration of feminine energy and style that is true to the spirit of the woman who inspired it. Fruity, floral, sweet, youthful and sexy.” (www.creedboutique.com)

A behind the scenes look at the upcoming independent film, La Madame,

A behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming independent film, La Madame

I am so excited that I will now be wearing Spring Flower and smelling like the old Hollywood starlet Audrey Hepburn! Wait a minute…Audrey Hepburn…Abby Hathorn….both of our initials are “A.H.”…Could this be a sign that La Madame is only the beginning of my acting career? Hmmmm… *wink*

To learn more about La Madame, the two main characters, and director Carlos Rosales, check out the fabulous behind-the-scenes video below:

Behind-the-scenes with my fabulous director, Carlos Rosales of CS Digital Productions.

Behind-the-scenes with my fabulous director, Carlos Rosales of CS Digital Productions.

Stay Fabulous,

Abby Hathorn

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