Now the tax-challenged Italian duo is hoping to make liras off the butts of pampered babes with a $45 luxury scent marketed for infants. It’s an offensive and cynical idea and an anti-intuitive one, as who could possibly think splashing designer (or any) perfume on the sensitive skin of a baby makes sense? Please, fellas. Maybe design a leopard-pattern diaper bag lined in fuschia, instead.
“How can babies smell even sweeter than they already do?” According to the Dolce & Gabbana-produced magazine Swide, the “familiar smell associated with babies that melts our hearts will only be accentuated” by the new fragrance.
It is due to contain the scent of citrus, melon and honey, and won’t contain alcohol to irritate a babies’ skin.