Dolce & Gabbana must have known that the smell of a newborn baby could be an utter nuisance. Hoping to include this growing population of perfume wearers, the designers have introduced a fragrance for those parents tired of the new baby smell. On Tuesday Grazia Daily reviewed the new fragrance that is being debated as the target market is babies
Not the first fragrance for children as Burberry, Bulgari and L'Occitane are also pitching perfumes for kids, it does strike a very uncomfortable issue for parents. Would someone who smells a baby wearing perfume find it a pleasant change or are they more likely to call social services as they expect the family to have issues? Plus what sort of chores will the baby be doing to make the $45 needed for a bottle of the fragrance?
“Per i bimbi!!!” wrote Stefano Gabbana on his official Instagram account on Monday. Sharing a picture of the perfume bottle with the consumers and the advertising of a family checking out the frangrance, it's obvious this is a real smell for kids.
While the perfume wafting through the air might be better than a bad diaper, some parents are wondering if this really is such a good idea. Children’s senses are much stronger than adults and the emotional impact of suggesting that a child smells could last a lifetime.