Rosie Huntington-Whiteley's debut fragrance was inspired by the English countryside.
The model released her first fragrance, titled Rosie for Autograph, at Marks and Spencer's central London store yesterday (29.01.15) and felt like it was the "next natural step" from designing lingerie for the clothing brand.
When asked what inspired her to make a fragrance, she said: "It felt like the next natural step from lingerie. I wanted to make something that was personal and intimate...
"It came from my love of the English countryside and I wanted to make something that was quintessentially British."
The 27-year-old star also revealed that the "sweet and sultry" fragrance was created so that it could be worn at any time of the day.
In a Q & A session on Twitter, she said: "Every day and straight out for the evening. It was important to me the fragrance could take you from day to night...
"I think we managed to find the balance between sweet and delicate, and sultry and feminine."
For the event, Rosie donned a beautiful silk nightdress and looked effortlessly chic as she met some of her fans at the West London branch of the UK store.
Meanwhile, Rosie also admitted that it was a "dream come true" having her own fragrance.
She said: "Seeing our first Rosie For Autograph fragrance come to life over the last year has been a dream come true for me...
"This fragrance represents so much more to me than just a product, it has my heart and soul in it too. My wish is for every women and man to know and adore the fragrance as much as I do!"