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Jane Lynch to Host FiFi Awards; Reed Krakoff Made $778 Perfume

Karolin Wolter for <em>Vogue</em> Germany.
Karolin Wolter for Vogue Germany. Photo: Lado Alexi for German Vogue


• Jane Lynch is hosting the Fragrance Foundation Awards on Monday night, but she doesn’t plan to launch her own celebrity scent anytime soon: “I probably wouldn’t do anything like that, but I love that [category] … I’m the first one who will pick up a scent and say, ‘Oh, this is Beyoncé. This is what Beyoncé smells like?’ I love how very serious [celebrities] are about how they chose the particular fragrances. My olfactories are very sensitive, and I’m not a big fan of perfume, but I am a big fan of scent. If someone has a delicious smell about them, I always remember it.” [WWD]

Reed Krakoff only released 100 bottles of his latest perfume, RK Limited Edition Eau de Parfum, which comes in a bottle handmade by an Italian family of glass blowers that dates back to the twelfth century. It retails for $778. [SheFinds]


Charlotte Ronson’s double-ended blush-and-bronzer stick, inspired by Mindy Kaling, is now available at Sephora stores. [The Fashion Law]


• Vogue rounds up the best waxing destinations in the U.S. ahead of Memorial Day weekend. [Vogue]


• Celebrity hairstylist Ken Paves, whose clients include Jessica Simpson, Victoria Beckham, and Megan Fox, shares budget-friendly tricks like mixing crushed ibuprofen into your shampoo to do away with dandruff. [Stylelist]

Karolin Wolter has a mullet for a Swarovski Elements feature shot in the June issue of Vogue Germany. [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Allure explains how to get the perfect bun using a sock. [Allure]

Jane Lynch to Host FiFi Awards; Reed Krakoff