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FIRST LOOK: Paris Hilton's Fairy Dust Ad Campaign

09/26/2008 at 03:00 PM ET

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Paris Hilton‘s fifth addition to her fragrance empire, Fairy Dust, won’t be hitting stores until the middle of next month, but the reality star is giving PEOPLE an exclusive first look at the new images from her print campaign. The ads for the pink peony, orange blossom, gardenia and vanilla creme scent feature a winged, wand-wielding Paris playing a real-life fairy, and ask, “Do you believe in fairy tales?” Tell us: What do you think of Paris’s new fragrance campaign? Will you consider buying her latest scent?

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Jessie on

She looks like Tinkerbell’s skanky twin sister. And I can see her ribs; somebody feed this girl a sandwich!

Ohioan on

Paris’ fragrance campaign absolutely turns me off of ever buying this fragrance.

gina on

anything i’d wanna say has already been said by jessie.

way to hit on the mark.

Samantha on

Looking forward to it, but not because the campaign calls much of my attention. The poster is awful, if you’re trying to sell a product you need to call people’s attention! And this is not really doing that. I could have made a better poster and I’m just 14 with little-moderate knowledge of Photoshop.

quinn on

the photo is beautiful. if theFRAGRANCE is as great ,of course i will buy it for every one for christmas. i think it is the fragrance and not the scent . that is rthe key word here. quinn

Pamela on

She’s way too skinny. This is the wrong image to show to young girls. Even if her perfume does smell good, I would never buy it. I refuse to support someone as self-absorbed as she is. She has a show coming out to help her find a new best friend! How egotistical can you get?

Sam on

I think is pretty, and if I like how it smells, I would buy it!

Pamela, this may sound a bit stupid, but if there are shows to find ‘the love of your life’, I think a show to find a bff is a bit more realistic.

I don’t think is a bad image, there are young girls who are naturally skinny, like her! So, what’s next? Skinny girls have to gain weight because being akinny is ‘the wrong image’?

It’s better to be skinny like her, than being fat and having high cholesterol, diabetes, suffering from blood pressure, and other diseases fat people suffer from, and specially in the U.S. where there are so many kids who are overweight. The key is to show kids to get/stay in a healthy weight, not necessarilly as akinny as her, and to do it the healthy way, not by being anorexic or bulimic.

frank on

She looke so stupid and jessie was so right. Only guys would buy that.

little tweet on

I would so buy that

tina on

yayy :)
i won quote of the day!!! :)

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