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FEATURE


10 CELEBRITY PRODUCTS…


THAT DON’T SUCK


Since the birth of celebrity perfumes, those fragrant A-listers (and sometimes musty Z-listers) can’t seem to stop producing pretty useless items for us to buy. From stationery to children’s books to slippers (cough, cough, Snoop Dogg), our public figures have tried it all. But while many receive negative reviews, there are some VIP products worth the money. Flavour checks out the top 10 celeb creations we think are worth your attention...


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Diddy’s Cîroc Vodka OK, so Cîroc vodka isn’t actually made by Diddy, but Mr Coombs really earned this brand worldwide recognition.


Whether that’s due to excessive advertising or because of the press exposure he receives by aggressively driving the product, who knows... Either way, it is scrumptious mixed with cola; this is one of the coolest drinks you can have in your cup. Approval overfloweths!


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Rihanna’s Reb’l Fleur We didn’t intend to include such exposed celebrities to the list; everything Rihanna does seems to be short, explosive and colourful – but classic longevity is something she is yet to achieve in her career. However, she may be on to something outstanding with this perfume – the scent and the bottle are stunning, and the price is acceptable. [In best Charlie Sheen voice] Winning!


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Kanye West’s Clothing Line Kanye made history as the first male musician to break female couture. And he knows his stuff, as the most fashionable rapper we’ve seen. But you may have to wait to get your hands on his gorgeous garms; as far as we know, the line hasn’t got a name yet. Kanye did say it’s not ‘DW’ (his late mother’s initials) as some fans thought. He’s been spotted in Farringdon though – so keep your eyes peeled!


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Tinie Tempah’s Disturbing London Line Earlier this year he was voted GQ’s Best Dressed Man of 2012, so props to Mr Tempah – he clearly knows what he is doing. His clothing line is quirky, urban, colourful, and its bold swag gives it some real class. The price is also quite sound. Hopefully Tinie can encourage some men to dress a little sharper on a daily basis instead of in tracksuits, baggy jeans and trainers.


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