Beyoncé Officially Unveils CÉ NOIR Fragrance

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Beyoncé officially announced her new fragrance, CÉ NOIR, today (Oct. 24). Slated to ship in November, it marks her first scent since 2014’s Rise.

“Beyoncé Parfums presents CÉ NOIR,” the singer captioned a 360-degree Instagram video that showcased the perfume bottle. Its reflective silver casing echoed the aesthetics of her “RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR,” which concluded on Oct. 1 in Kansas City, MO.

Developed in France and personally designed by Bey, CÉ NOIR boasts a wide array of blended scents. It opens with top notes of clementine and golden honey, followed by a floral heart featuring rose absolute and jasmine sambac. The formula also contains the warmth of Namibian myrrh and golden amber at its base.

Concertgoers across several US cities, including Inglewood, California and Washington, D.C., reportedly received the first sniffs through sample strips.

Fans can now pre-order CÉ NOIR for $160 on Beyoncé’s official website. It begins shipping in November and will include a “special gift” while supplies last.

With 14 previous drops, the musician is no stranger to the fragrance industry. Released in 2010, Heat even inspired seven spin-offs and remains one of the top-selling celebrity perfumes.

Today’s announcement came hot on the heels of Beyoncé’s final Ivy Park x Adidas collaboration. Titled Ivy Park Noir, the all-black clothing collection drew inspiration from the film noir genre. “Felt great to design and wear the final Ivy Park drop on the final show of the ‘RENAISSANCE WORLD TOUR,’” she shared on Instagram.

Looking ahead, the “Crazy In Love” hitmaker is preparing for the release of RENAISSANCE: A FILM BY BEYONCÉ on Dec. 1. It’s slated to premiere in AMC theaters with prices starting at $22. According to the YouTube description, “It is about Beyoncé’s intention, hard work, involvement in every aspect of the production, her creative mind, and purpose to create her legacy and master her craft.”

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