The Dolly Parton perfume is back in stock: buy the “Scent From Above” perfume
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Dolly Parton has a lot to celebrate these days. In addition to announcing a debut novel, due for release in March, the country’s legend has just restocked his new fragrance, after it ran out a few days after its launch on the HSN shopping site.
According to reports, the new perfume, titled “Dolly – Scent From Above”, has sold faster than any other perfume sold by HSN in the past decade, after its launch in July. HSN says Parton had the highest single-day sales for a fragrance launch, and the fragrance, along with the accompanying body cream and gift set, sold out quickly. completely on the site.
Luckily for fans, HSN has now restocked the scent, available in a 3.4 fl. ounce. size in a beautiful buttered bottle designed by Dolly herself. Eau de Parfum is available for $ 59 at HSN.com.
Parton created Scent From Above in partnership with Scent Beauty and chose HSN as the exclusive reseller of the perfume, hoping to reach as wide an audience as possible. With floral notes of peony blossoms and jasmine mixed with notes of tangerine, vanilla, patchouli and sandalwood, Parton describes the scent as “like a cloud and sweet”, adding that “it smells good, so what better name to give it than ‘Perfume from above?’ “
Much like HSN, fans can watch Parton sell the scent as part of a pre-recorded buy segment aired on HSN’s website. The singer tells the hosts that the process of creating a signature scent took two years, adding that she was inspired by bath oils, bath powders, different scents and different “flavors” that she’s loved over the years. “I’ve always liked pretty things and pretty smells,” she says.
As for the bottle, Parton says it was inspired by her 1974 album, Love is like a butterfly, and memories of hunting butterflies while growing up in Tennessee. Like a butterfly taking flight, “Perfume transports us to a place where anything is possible,” reads an accompanying press release.
The new scent may have inspired other creative outlets in Parton as well – the singer released a new song to accompany the fragrance launch, appropriately titled “Sent From Above”.