In an interview about his new fragrance, "Unforgivable Woman," Sean Combs was asked how he expects to fare in the celebrity perfume market against stiff competition from ladies like Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani. His answer? "I am a man, and I know how a woman should smell." Celebrity fragrances usually appeal to those who believe they are wearing the "essence" of a particular star. Diddy's scent, however, banks on the sensuality factor, implying that wearing a fragrance designed by a man makes women feel sexier-- because then she'll know she's giving guys (at least the ones who smell her) what they want. While the campaign behind the fragrance maintains that the Unforgivable Woman "finds a scent she loves and sticks to it," we couldn't help but wonder: if she's so independent and decisive, why would she want Diddy telling her how to smell? --NATALIE GUEVARA
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