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Dolly Parton Releases New Fragrance

The anticipated release with Scent Beauty has a launch date.

Singer/songwriter Dolly Parton has announced her first-ever signature fragrance in partnership with Scent Beauty called Dolly – Scent from Above. The fragrance was developed through partnerships facilitated by Dolly’s licensing representative IMG.

"I call my Dolly perfume "Scent from Above" because it is excellently heavenly,” says Parton. “I hope you feel as blessed and as pretty as I do when you wear it.”

The fragrance includes notes of mandarin, peony blossoms, jasmine, vanilla, sandalwood, musk and patchouli.

“Dolly Parton is a cultural icon that’s resonating with people all over the world. She is cross-generational,” says Stephen Mormoris, chief executive officer, Scent Beauty. “We’re honored that she chose to work with Scent Beauty for her first foray into the world of beauty and see this as the start of a long-term, successful partnership.”

In addition to Scent Beauty’s website, HSN will launch the fragrance exclusively on July 28 followed by additional mass market retailers.

“As an admired musical icon and adored philanthropist with her endless contributions spanning over several decades, we are excited to add Dolly’s fragrance to our portfolio and share her inspirational story with our customers” says Bridget Love, general merchandise manager, vice president beauty merchandising, QVC and HSN.

Dolly – Scent from Above Eau de Parfum will be available at and Ancillary products including a body cream will also be available.

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