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Tilda Swinton Launches Tasty Signature Scent 'Like This'

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Swinton looks like she's photocopying her torso in the advertising campaign (via BellaSugar)
Unconventional sex symbol Tilda Swinton has one up on the Miley Cyruses and Lady Gagas of this world—she knows that shock value lies entirely in the unexpected. The starkly beautiful movie star has joined the likes of Mariah Carey, Britney Spears and Paris Hilton with the launch of her debut fragrance, Like This.

Swinton seems to recognize the relatively absurdity of her latest move. At Thursday's perfume launch party, she told NY Mag, "It's not something I ever, in a million Sundays, would have thought anyone would have asked me to do, because I don't really know about fragrance and I don't really care about fragrance."

But Swinton seemed to really enjoy putting her olfactory senses to work. "I thought about how great it would be if I could have a smell that would keep me at home wherever I was. So I started to think about my home smells, and the principal ingredients became ginger, baby carrot, pumpkin. I'm a November child—a pumpkin child—so this whole idea of orange is there."

Like This has been dubbed an "immortal ginger" scent—a description that suits the actress just as well. The perfume's advertisements are particularly delightful, featuring Swinton clutching the perfume over a mysterious source of light. The perfume is available online and in select stores now.

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