Western Suburbs Weekly - - Driveway - Bill Buys

A NEW Bent­ley, the world’s most sought-af­ter luxury car, might be be­yond the reach of many. But the badge – and the smell – can be had for a com­par­a­tive pit­tance.

Soon to ar­rive is Bent­ley’s new In­fi­nite fragrance, which, the car­maker says “em­bod­ies a de­sire for gen­uine free­dom and in­di­vid­u­al­ity”.

More than that, it will ap­peal to peo­ple “on a jour­ney of self-dis­cov­ery. The fragrance gives its wearer a sense of youth­ful, con­tem­po­rary el­e­gance and vi­tal­ity”.

It comes as an Eau de Toi­lette and an Eau de Par­fum.

The for­mer gives the wearer “mas­cu­line en­ergy and a feel­ing of un­lim­ited free­dom,” the lat­ter pro­vides “end­less plea­sure for the senses”.

There’s more.

The Bent­ley In­fi­nite bot­tle is crafted from high-qual­ity heavy glass, and rem­i­nis­cent of cut crys­tal whose straight lines run into el­e­gant curves.

The cen­tre of the bot­tle is em­bla­zoned with the leg­endary Winged B, which is also on the front of the sil­ver box.

The fra­grances will be avail­able in se­lected in­ter­na­tional per­fumeries from April, priced from $74 for the eau de toi­lette and $109 for the par­fum.

There’s also a sham­poo for $34. We might go for the par­fum. End­less plea­sure for the senses and el­e­gant curves are dif­fi­cult to re­sist.

If you can't af­ford the car, the smell might suf­fice.

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