Rosie Huntington-Whiteley: Creating a fragrance was a dream come true

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley admits creating her own fragrance for Marks and Spencer was a "dream come true".

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley admits making her own fragrance was a "dream come true".

The 27-year-old model recently collaborated with Marks and Spencer - with whom she also has a lingerie and nightwear line - to create her own scent, Rosie for Autograph the fragrance, and revealed it was something she had always dreamed of doing.

She said: "Well, I think it's most girls' dream to be able to make their own fragrance and it has certainly been a dream come true for me. I have obviously done my lingerie and sleep ranges with Marks and Spencer and fragrance seemed like a really natural evolution. Fragrance goes hand in hand with lingerie - both things are so personal to their wearer."

The blonde beauty - who is dating fellow Briton, actor Jason Statham - revealed she wanted the scent to represent her and where she comes from, and worked closely alongside perfumer Ralf Schwieger to create the perfect fragrance.

She told Grazia Daily: "I really wanted to create something that was very sensual, but also a day-to-day scent that celebrated the British countryside where I'm from.

"I was lucky enough to be able to work with renowned nose Ralf Schwieger to bring it to life. I have always loved roses, so the centifolia rose from Grasse in France was my starting point."

Rosie - who likes mixing her "own blends" - also spoke about some of her favourite smells.

She added: "I totally love the smell of bakeries. There is nothing better than the smell of warm baked bread. I love the smell of my dogs too. I know it sounds silly, but they actually smell really good!"

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