Hilary Duff Perfume
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Hilary Duff (Designer)
Already a successful singer and actress, Hilary Duff established herself as a designer as well when she launched her Stuff by Hilary Duff line in 2005. The collection offers clothing, accessories, furniture, makeup and fragrances. The "Lizzie McGuire" star's fashion aspirations have run concurrent to her entertainment career, including roles in the 2005 films "Cheaper by the Dozen 2" and "The Perfect Man," and her musical releases "Most Wanted" in 2005, "Dignity" in 2007 and "Best of Hilary Duff" in 2008.
Duff partnered with Elizabeth Arden in 2006 to create her first perfume, With Love, a spicy citrus fragrance. The perfume shares its name with a single from her 2007 album. Duff's second perfume, Wrapped With Love, debuted in 2008, offering a dessert-like blend of white chocolate, raspberry and vanilla. Perfumers Rodrigo Flores-Roux and Stephen Nilsen collaborated on the scents.
In November 2008, Duff announced the discontinuation of the label, stating in "Fashion Rules" magazine that she no longer had full control. Duff then joined Donna Karan in 2009 as a clothing designer for the label Femme for DKNY Jeans. Femme released a single collection which coupled with Duff's appearances on season three of "Gossip Girl" and her Web series, "The Chase."
In 2010, Duff published her first novel, "Elixir," a supernatural romance, which made the New York Times bestsellers list; the sequel, "Devoted," was released the following year. In 2015, she put out the album, "Breathe In. Breathe Out." As of 2016, Duff co-stars on the TV comedy, "Younger."