In the past, Gwen Stefani has credited the very hip Harajuku district in Tokyo, Japan as the inspiration behind her clothing line and two solo albums.
Well, the avant-garde street culture has penetrated the singer’s new fragrance line aptly named Harajuku Lovers that is set to drop this September.
The line consists of five scents: The first four are named after Gwen’s back-up dancers — Love, Angel, Music, and Baby — while the fifth scent “G” represents the leader of this frighteningly cool group.
Each of the beautifully designed bottles come with two pieces: a glass base that holds the smell-good stuff and hides the sprat top, and a personalized doll that lifts off the base.
According to WWD: “The scents will each be available in two sizes: $45 for 30 ml. and $25 for 10 ml. A coffret, which includes solid perfume versions of all five, will be on counter later this fall as a permanent addition to the collection, and will retail for $60.”
Meanwhile, the real-life Harajuku Girls are currently on a tour in support of Gwen’s line L.A.M.B. The foursome will be stopping by all of the Macy’s stores in California until April 26th.