We heard something fun last night: Halston's first collection may not be in stores, but the brand is already developing a new fragrance. Halston had a signature scent back in the '70s, but it's been discontinued. Of course, now that Harvey Weinstein has a major stake in the brand, that fragrance could be revived with a new Halston muse from the Weinstein Stable of Stars. Maybe Emily Blunt is up to the challenge? The rumor comes at an interesting time, since Jimmy Choo announced their first fragrance today, and Jimmy's longtime creative director, Tamara Mellon, is working with Halston. Then there's the actual smell: How do you revive disco, and put it in a bottle that younger women actually want? The challenge reminds us of our favorite fragrance, Etat Libre D'Orange's "Lavender and Cigarettes," which smells exactly like lavender and cigarettes, which smells exactly like most girls I know when they drag themselves to Sunday brunch.