Tamara Mellon
Designer shoe label Jimmy Choo has signed an agreement with Inter Parfums SA to licence their first fragrance.

The 12-year licensing agreement with the Paris based company , who already have numerous fragrance licences under their belt including Burberry, Lanvin and Paul Smith , starts in January, and will involve the creation, development and distribution of Jimmy Choo scents.

Tamara Mellon, founder and president of Jimmy Choo, told Elle UK: “It has always been my vision to fully accessorise the woman, and fragrance is an integral part of the modern wardrobe. I look forward to bringing this important aspect of my vision to life.

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So do we. There’s no news on the launch date yet, but we’re hoping to get our hands on a finished fragrance soon.

With news of its perfume plans and recent collaboration with high street store H&M, it seems Jimmy Choo is becoming more accessible. Oh, with one exception, accessible probably isn’t what the luxury label had in mind when it designed those luminescent shoes.

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