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Kate Moss watches her Vintage Muse fragrance come off the line


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November 5, 2010/11.56


Kate Moss visits Granollers factory
Kate Moss visits Granollers factory
Kate Moss visits Granollers factory
Kate Moss visits Granollers factory
Kate Moss visits Granollers factory
Kate Moss visits Granollers factory
Kate Moss visits Granollers factory

Kate Moss is definitely in the Zeitgeist this week, releasing her final collection for Topshop. The supermodel earlier had visited the Coty factory in Granollers, near Barcelona, to see her new fragrance, Vintage Muse, coming off the production line, as shown in the video below.
   Moss met with factory director Patrick Borque, plant manager Joan Castan, and the creator of the perfume, Frank Völkl. During the visit she signed the first bottles off the production line.
   The factory products 60 bottles of Vintage Muse per minute, around the clock.
   The scent was inspired by a Warhol-style black-and-white image that conveyed a strong, iconic feel, according to Moss. She also favours musk’s ‘sexy, night-time feel’, according to a release.
   To the musk, Völkl added flowers, fruit and chocolate to the final scent.


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