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    Paris Hilton launches Fairy Dust at Macy’s in San Francisco

    As expected, Paris Hilton launched and promoted Fairy Dust Macy’s in Union Square, in San Francisco.

    The first 300 fans who bought the Fairy Dust fragrance set met Paris, took a picture with her and received her autograph.

    Blogger Reyhan Harmanci interviewed Paris and covered the event in his article on SF Gate’s website. This is one of my favourite types of article where everything is described in details. Check out it. It’s an interesting read!

     


    Liz in San Francisco

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    Comment from Jen
    Time: November 10, 2008, 7:32 pm

    Another good smelling hit fragrance by Paris. I went to buy it today and I love it!

    Comment from Django
    Time: November 11, 2008, 5:20 am

    Nice article. I would like to tell the “n-word” security guard with a grudge: Many people have said a derogatory word in a moment of thoughtlessness or anger (some people even use the “n-word” in fun like Quentin Tarantino characters or whatever) or made a stupid comment. Many of us have done stupid or out of character things when we were drunk, on drugs or young and foolish (things that might even personally appall us when we were sober). The difference it seems is, that nobody else is being asked to be held accountable to a few seconds of their life for the rest of their life, like this man seems to suggest for Paris. Other people are given the chance to move on, grow up or be recognised for their good qualities (or at least accepted as human beings). If the security guard isn’t willing to hold everyone to the same harsh criteria, then he should take a look at his irrationality for what it is.

    Comment from scot
    Time: November 11, 2008, 6:11 am

    Quentin Tarantino characters dont say ‘n’ for fun, it has much more meaning then that and goes back to the movies that Quentin loved. scot = uber Tarantino fan.

    anywayyy.

    I was hoping there was going to be more ads then just that one photo for fairy dust. Maybe a television ad or some other photos.

    Paris’ favourite fairy tale is my favourite Disney movie. Hahha. I honestly think Paris is thinking of the disney version, the true tale is really quite depressing. Could Paris’ next perfume maybe be mermaid themed? A beachy, summer one?

    Comment from Dawn
    Time: November 11, 2008, 9:29 am

    Who cares what Paris may or may not have said years ago as a teenager when she was drunk at a party.

    Paris has matured into a successful business woman and that’s great.

    Comment from Dawn
    Time: November 11, 2008, 9:39 am

    I also think the reporter made that up about the security guard.
    We all know by now how bitchy some reporters can get.

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