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Calvin Klein and Tom Ford Release Racy Ads
Calvin Klein is no stranger to the world of controversial ads (read: scantily clad women on really, really big posters and a teenage Brooke Shields), so we're not surprised that the latest - a promotion for his new fragrance, Forbidden Euphoria - features model Barbara Palvin in a rather compromising pose. Tom Ford's new ads portray model Lara Stone drowning in a bed of violets for his Violet Blond fragrance. Both designers seem really into literal interpretations. - Via Fashionista

Kim Kardashian's Limited Fragrance Sells Out
Kim Kardashian's new limited edition fragrance - of which only 1,000 bottles have been made - has already sold out. The scent, which Kardashian plans to wear on her wedding day and offer at her bridal shower, contains notes of red currant, pink freesia and star jasmine. Retailing at $100 each, the bottles will be available this month. The only thing better than falling in love? Making $100,000 off of it. - Via Racked

Behind the Scenes of Viva La Juicy
Viva La Juicy - a new Juicy Couture scent with notes of honeysuckle, gardenia and jasmine - has released behind-the-scenes footage of its ad campaign, featuring model Sasha Pivovarova. The sultry video features Pivovarova posing in a variety of outfits and locations with the perfume. - Via Viva La Juicy

The Craziest Celebrity Spa Treatments
When we called Mila Kunis radiant, we weren't kidding. Before stepping out on the European tour for her film Friends with Benefits, Kunis received a $7,000 HD Diamond and Ruby and Diamond Peel (in other words, a facial) from celebrity aesthetician Scott-Vincent Borba. The tiny gems act as antioxidants for the skin, giving Kunis her signature glow. - Via Elle

Keith Urban to Launch Fragrance
When he's not off bowling, Keith Urban has rustled together a new fragrance, Phoenix, which is set to launch this September. Urban was staunchly against naming the fragrance after himself, he told WWD. "The last thing I want to make a man do" is force him to say the words "I'm wearing Keith Urban," he said. The name Phoenix offers more "nice, masculine simplicity." Whatever you say. - Via WWD