It seems that the key indicator to knowing whether you have succeeded in the celeb world is having a perfume released.
It has happened to hundreds of celebs over the years. People snap them up like crazy too. After all, celebrity perfumes bear the name of their favorite celebs, and a celebrity perfume tends to be much cheaper than other options.
On this page, we are going to go through the top celebrity perfumes out there. Not all of these are still available, sadly. However, you may be able to find old bottles out there. They may have lost a bit of their scent, but they may be perfectly viable. Let’s jump in!
1. Katy Perry
One of the most popular celebrity perfumes ever came from Katy Perry. It was launched in 2010 and went by the name ‘Purr.‘ This particular perfume had very citrusy notes. Sadly, her first perfume is no longer available.
However, if you are a fan of the singer, you probably shouldn’t fret too much. The success of her first perfume saw the launch of several different options over the years, so you may still be able to find some.
One of the interesting things about Shakira is the fact that she went down a different route to some of the other celebs out there. Rather than introducing a single perfume, she has introduced an entire range and Dance is one of the most popular ones. Other perfumes are called
By all accounts, this range is completely put together by Shakira too. Many of the perfumes can be purchased directly from her business. She has both male and female options available.
3. Jennifer Aniston
For a woman that managed to achieve a good chunk of her fame during the mid-90s to early 2000s, it took a while for Jennifer Aniston’s perfume to launch. It didn’t appear until April 2010 under the name Lolavie. She said that the name was very personal to her but never expanded upon it.
Rose and sandalwood form the bulk of the notes that you will find in the Jennifer Aniston perfume. While her original fragrance is no longer available, other options with the Jennifer Aniston name is on.
4. Naomi Campbell
Naomi Campbell is a top model. Her perfume was introduced a lot earlier than some of the other options on this list. Her first perfume appeared in 1999 called Naomi Campbell, and it was a rousing success.
In fact, it was probably the success of this celebrity perfume that eventually resulted in other people getting perfumes. While the original perfume is no longer available, there are other options under the Naomi Campbell name on the market. Some of them are: Here to Stay,
5. David & Victoria Beckham
David & Victoria Beckham’s perfumes first came out in 2006. While Victoria has only ever made female perfumes, David is different. He has both male and female perfumes with his name on them.
While the male perfumes have very masculine notes, the female options are incredibly flowery and sweet. We suppose it is the sort of scent that David Beckham wants to smell on his women. Perfumes from both of them are still available for sale.
6. Sarah Jessica Parker
Lovely, from Sarah Jessica Parker, was created in 2006. While she has not had the biggest success in the world since the end of Sex in the City, her perfume still sells incredibly well.
If you are a female that is looking out for a perfume with a lot of woody notes to it, then you are almost certainly going to want to pay attention to the perfume that this lady has produced.
7. Jessica Simpson
If you love fruity perfumes for women, then there are plenty of options in the Jessica Simpson range. Her first perfume got her name (her signature perfume) and was shown to the world in 2014.
However, there have been several different perfumes introduced under her name since then. Most of them are going to be floral and fruity. As far as we know, all of them are still going to be available for purchase.
8. Priscilla Presley
Yep. Elvis Presley’s ex-wife had a perfume range of her own. Actually, scratch that. She still has a perfume range, with the first of her perfumes being launched in 1995, and the next round coming in 2000.
Obviously, Priscilla Presley is probably not the first name that people think of when they are looking for a celebrity perfume. However, we do urge you to check out her range. She certainly loves her floral themes (particularly white floral) and a dash of oriental spice.
Celine Dion is the most prominent selling female artist in history. The Canadian was a surefire bet for any company that wanted to launch a perfume range, and that is exactly what you are getting from her.
It is actually a surprise that it took until 2005 for her first perfumes to be launched, especially since she had a massive hit about 8-years prior. Still, the perfumes were also a hit. The newest came out in 2015, and it is still available.
10. Lady Gaga
Lady Gaga has always had a thing for the weird and whacky, so it probably comes as no surprise that her perfumes, first launched in 2012 called Fame and in 2014 one called Eau de Gaga go down the same route. She has both a unisex and female perfume out.
Both of them have slightly woodier tones to them, although her unisex option has a bit more of a citrusy vibe. While they both do still seem to be out there, you are more likely to find her ‘Fame’ perfume.
RiRi Rihanna’s perfume is unique insofar as the fact that it is never really marketed as being hers, which is odd because she (along with Celine Dion earlier) is another of the big singers on this planet.
Her perfume is called Fenty Eau de Perfum and is aimed at women. It has blueberry notes to it. It was originally launched in 2019 before it disappeared for a while. It was relaunched in 2021.
12. Jennifer Lopez
Jennifer Lopez has had a lot of perfumes to her name, and she got started in 2002. It seems as if almost every single year, she is introducing something new and different to the market, so we are not going to highlight specific perfumes that she has launched.
However, many of them are still available (although some are limited edition). While the bulk of her perfumes are for females, she has some male options too.
Beyonce has had several perfumes to her name. Fourteen of them, in fact. The first was launched in 2014. All of her perfumes seem to be aimed at females.
While not all of them are still available, her most popular one, which goes by the name Heat, still is. If you are looking for an affordable perfume, then it may be worth checking hers out.
14. Ariana Grande
Ariana Grande is an ex-Nickelodeon star while also having a rather illustrious solo singing career. As you can imagine, her perfumes are aimed at her younger fan base, so if you are looking for something sophisticated for adults, then she probably can’t help.
For the fruity, flowery perfumes, she is your gal. She has 14 perfumes, all aimed at females. Her first was launched in 2014, and she has been throwing a couple of new ones each year since.
15. Britney Spears
Over 30 different perfumes have carried the Britner Spears name, with the first of them being launched in 2004. You would think that she would have stopped selling them by now, particularly with her legal issues.
However, this doesn’t seem to be the case. The last celebrity perfume from Britney was in 2022, mere weeks before we wrote this article. All are aimed at females.
16. Paris Hilton
Paris Hilton, while acting ‘dumb’, is probably one of the smartest businesswomen around. She had to be. She is part of the Hilton family, after all. Her first perfume launched in 2004, and it was one of the fastest-selling celebrity perfumes in history.
It wasn’t too long before she was well in on the perfume business. She has about a dozen perfumes now for both men and women, with new options being launched all the time.
17. Kim Kardashian
Kim Kardashian has released five perfumes from 2009 to 2014. You would think that with her being a merch-heavy celeb that she would have a ton of perfumes out, but nope. They are becoming increasingly difficult to get hold of.
The most popular fragrances from Kim Kardashian have are True Reflection and Glam. She has also released a few different perfumes in collaboration with her sisters and mum too.
18. Taylor Swift
Taylor Swift’s first perfumes were launched in 2011. She was really hitting her stride then, and new perfumes came out up until 2014, but we haven’t seen anything since. We aren’t quite sure why.
She is still a major star. We guess the perfume business wasn’t quite for her. You may still be able to find Wonderstruck and Taylor perfumes around, but they are becoming rarer.
19. Elizabeth Taylor
Elizabeth Taylor has had perfumes produced under her name since 1993. Her Diamonds range has probably been the biggest seller. Although, because Elizabeth Taylor isn’t quite as in demand as she was before, we don’t think any new perfumes are being released in the near future.
It is a shame because she is one of the only female celebs that has released a quality male perfume (she has plenty of female ones too, of course).
20. Sofia Vergara
Sofia Vergara achieved huge success on Modern Family (yes, we know she was famous before this). As one of the most beautiful women in the world, it wasn’t long before perfume makers wanted to work with her.
This resulted in a little under ten perfumes being released starting in 2014 and ending in 2019. None of the names were all that original. You have Sofia and Love. All aimed at females.
21. Eva Longoria
Eva Longoria released a grand total of 2 female perfumes. The first one hit the shelves in 2012, and the second just a couple of years later. Eva and Evamour are their names. Both of them were aimed at females.
It does not appear that you are able to buy these perfumes now, and since it has been such a long time since Eva released a fragrance, we doubt you ever will get something from her again.
22. Pharrell Williams
Pharrell Williams released just one perfume in 2012. It went by the name ‘Girl.’ It should probably come as no surprise that this woody noted perfume was aimed at females.
It was only ever launched in a few markets, and it seems to no longer be produced. Some people are still using it, but you probably won’t be able to find it in any store.
23. Christiano Ronaldo
Christiana Ronaldo is the second soccer player on this list to launch a fragrance line (remember Beckham from earlier?). He started in 2019, and his range has rapidly increased. He now has six fragrances, all aimed at men.
Because he is really pushing his brand hard, all of them have the CR7 tag on them bar his legacy range. Most of his products should still be for sale.
24. Nicki Minaj
Nicki Minaj’s perfumes were all launched between 2012 and 2019. While you may still be able to find some of her female-focused fragrances on the shelf, it is certainly becoming a lot rarer.
It is a shame because her fragrances all had some rather unique bottle shapes that we don’t think we have seen anywhere else. Her Minajesty perfume was probably the most popular in the range, but she did have other options, including ‘Queen.’
25. Billie Eilish
Billy Eilish’s first perfume was launched in 2021 under the name ‘Eilish.’ Original, we know. This is a sweet and spicy perfume aimed at women.
At the time of writing, it has only been launched in limited markets, but most people shouldn’t have too many issues getting their hands on it. It is likely that she will release more perfumes in the future due to the success of this one.
26. Justin Bieber
Justin Bieber went crazy on the perfume releases. He had seven different perfumes launched between 2011 and 2014, although we have seen nothing since then. All of them were aimed at females, mainly on the younger side.
His perfumes had names like ‘Next Girlfriend’ and ‘Somebody,’ which we can imagine were really loved by his fanbase. You probably won’t find them in stores now.
27. Heidi Klum
2011 was when Heidi Klum’s perfume range started, and 2013 was when she stopped. Her perfume range was called Shine, although there were various versions of Shine, e.g., Shine Blue and Shine My Rose.
Her last perfume was called Secret. None of her perfumes seem to be easy to get hold of now, which isn’t a surprise as they have been out of production for a decade.
28. Avril Lavigne
2009 to 2010 is when Avril Lavigne introduced her perfumes to the world, so it was pretty short-lived. Somewhat odd, since her career certainly isn’t. All of her perfumes were aimed at women.
None of them seem to be in production anymore, which means you cannot buy them. This isn’t a surprise, really. They were all aimed at the cheap end of the market. Her most popular options were Wild Rose and Black Star.
29. Gabriela Sabatini
In the early 90s, Gabriela Sabatini was one of the most popular tennis stars in the world. Her first perfume hit the stores in 1989, and she released them all the way up to 2015. Her early perfumes are, of course, no longer available.
Almost all of the perfumes released under her name were purely for females. However, in the latter half of the release, she introduced Wild Wind which had both male and female options available.
30. Enrique Iglesias
Another short-lived perfume career here. Singer Enrique Iglesias only had perfumes in 2014. However, he did manage to launch two male and two female options, so he probably made a little bit of profit.
None of them are available now, of course. Adrenaline Night, Deeply Yours For Him, and Deeply Yours For Her, were his perfumes.
31. Antonio Banderas
Antonio Banderas has been releasing perfumes since 1997, and he isn’t slowing down any time soon either. His last launch was in 2022! Sadly, his perfumes are too numerous to name. At the last count, he was about to hit a whopping 80 perfumes launched!
He has male and female options. While they tend to be perfumes on the cheaper side of things, they are massive sellers. His male perfumes are probably the biggest-selling male perfumes from any celeb.
32. Christina Aguilera
2004 to 2021 is when Christina Aguilera first started to release her perfumes. She has more on the way in 2022. All of her perfumes are aimed at females and include the likes of ‘Woman’ and her big selling XPose range.
While you won’t be able to find all of her perfumes for sale in stores now, the fact that she is still launching brand-new options means that her newer perfumes are big sellers, so there will be no issues getting your hands on those.
33. Kanye West
Kanye West loves his fame, so it was a dead cert that he would eventually be launching a perfume and that he did. ,,Whatever It Takes” from Kanye West came out in 2013. He had a couple of other perfumes launch a year or two later.
His perfumes were aimed at men. It appears that none of them are available for general sale now, although we can’t really say that has been a surprise.
34. Mariah Carey
Between 2007 and 2013, Mariah Carey had several perfumes launched under her name. They can no longer be found in stores. Her perfumes were only ever for women.
The most popular perfumes that she released were called M, but she also had Lollipop. There were several different versions of Lollipop.
35. Adam Levine
Adam Levine’s perfumes launched in 2013. He had Adam Levine for Men and Adam Levine for Women. Hardly the most original names in the world, but we suppose that in the world of celebrity perfumes, the name is the main selling point.
The male version of his perfume had heavy notes of citrus, and the female side was heavy on spiciness. Neither are still available.
36. Kylie Minogue
While Kylie Minogue isn’t quite receiving the same sort of success she had in the past, she is still releasing new perfumes. Her first perfume was released in 2006, with the newest perfumes hitting 2021. All of her perfumes are aimed at females.
In recent years, her most popular perfumes have come under the name ‘Darling,’ which has surprisingly complex notes considering it is nothing more than a celebrity perfume. Although, we suppose it does make sense why she ended up so popular.
37. Jay Z
Jay Z has released two perfumes, both of them for men. The first one, called Gold, came out in 2013. The second one, called Gold Extreme, was launched in 2015.
Neither of these products are currently available on the market, and we doubt that Jay Z will ever be launching new perfume products. It is a shame because what he did produce had an amazing scent.
38. 50 Cent
In 2009, 50 Cent launched the perfume ‘Power.’ This was a perfumed aimed at men. As you can probably imagine, it didn’t sell well, and you will no longer be able to find it on the market.
This is actually rather sad. It had a very fresh spiciness to it. The scent was incredibly complex. Even old bottles would have lost most of their pizzazz now.
39. Gwen Stefani
Gwen Stefani’s perfume was called L. In 2005, it was originally released. In 2007, it received a re-release. The perfume is aimed at females. It was a flowery perfume.
You are no longer able to source this perfume from anywhere. It wasn’t the most unique perfume in the world. But Gwen Stefani’s fame has had a bit of a fall from grace in recent years.
40. Dolly Parton
Dolly Parton started to enjoy her fame several decades ago, and this is why it was so surprising to us that it took until 2021 before she launched her first perfume. Dolly: Scent From Above is aimed at women. It has woody and floral notes to it.
Because it was launched so recently, you probably shouldn’t have any issues tracking it down. The chances are that she will be releasing more products soon too.
Cher probably has the longest gap between two perfume releases than anybody else on this list. Her female perfume was launched in 1987 under the name Uninhibited.
In 2013, her second perfume, a unisex one, was launched under the name Eau de Couture. Neither of them currently are available.
42. Kendall Jenner
Kendall Jenner released her first perfume in May 2021. This was a joint product with her sister, Kim. Although, since she has trademarked her name for use on perfumes (back in 2019), we can imagine that she is going to have more perfumes launching in the coming years.
Her perfume range is just called Kendall, and there are currently three products available. All should still be in stock.
P. Diddy had a lot of different perfumes released under his brand name. None of them achieved the same sort of success that his 2007 Unforgiveable launch did.
This male perfume is one of the rare celebrity perfumes that managed to pick up awards for the scent. While that particular product no longer seems to be available, there are other perfumes in his product range that are.
44. Michael Jordan
Flight from Michael Jordan was first launched in 2011. He has a couple of variants of this name over the years, although none of them seem to be available.
All of his perfumes are aimed at men, and they have an incredibly sporty feel to them. Although, we suppose that isn’t surprising considering the designer.
45. Derek Jeter
Derek Jeter launched his male range of perfumes in 2006. His perfumes have always carried the brand name ‘Driven,’ with various perfumes boasting slightly different notes.
His main ones always seem to gravitate toward being a bit spicier. None of his products are currently available, which is a great shame because they were award-winning products.
Madonna has released a few perfumes since 2012. Her first two were aimed at women, while the third (and most recent) is a unisex perfume under the name of Madame X Eau de Parfum.
As near as we can tell, her earlier perfumes are no longer available. However, her unisex perfume can still be found in a ton of stores.
Between 2007 and 2013, Usher released multiple perfumes. Some were for males, and some for females. None of them seem to be available in stores now.
Perhaps his most famous perfumes were Usher He and Usher She. You probably don’t need us to tell you which perfume was aimed at females and which one was aimed at females here.
48. Reese Witherspoon
Expressions and In Bloom were the perfumes released by Reese Witherspoon. The perfumes were released in 2011, and they were all aimed at women. These perfumes had rich cherry and amber notes to them. None of them can be found in stores nowadays.
49. Hilary Duff
Hilary Duff first launched her perfume in 2006, and the second popped up in 2008. Both of them are for women, and neither of them can be found for sale nowadays.
However, with Hilary Duff’s recent success on TV, who knows what is going to happen in the future? Her perfumes were called ‘With Love’ and ‘Wrapped With Love’. Both aimed toward the younger crowd.
50. Halle Berry
Between 2007 and 2014, Halle Berry released several different perfumes. All of them were available for females.
Halle was one of the more popular perfumes released under her name, but the most recent was Wild Essence. None of them are currently available, and we doubt that she will ever launch more perfumes.
51. Selena Gomez
Selena Gomez released a couple of perfumes back when she was a Disney Channel star, both of them aimed at younger females. This was back in 2012, with the most popular being Vivamore.
While none of her perfumes are currently for sale, we have no doubt that she will be launching perfumes in the future. She seems to be going through a bit of a revival.
52. Faith Hill
Faith Hill released two perfumes for women back in 2009 under the name Faith Hill and True. Both of them for females, and neither are available.
In 2012, she launched a collab with Tim McGraw on the Soul2Soul product. This was also for females only. That one also isn’t available, although some people do claim to have managed to get their hands on it.
53. Leona Lewis
Leona Lewis’ HR perfume was first launched in 2008, and an updated version was launched in 2009. Both of these perfumes had fruity notes to them, with the later release being a bit darker in tone. Neither of her products are currently available for sale.
54. Kate Walsh
Kate Walsh had two perfumes. One in 2010 and the second in 2018. Both of them were designed with women in mind. The latter version of her perfume was called Boyfriend.
While it is no longer being manufactured, it stopped being produced not too long ago. This means that you may still be able to find some versions of it out there.
Love Memoir from Iman was launched in 2021. This perfume is aimed at women and is the first from a celeb. It has apparently sold relatively well, so expect more to come.
You can still purchase Love Memoir in stores, and it may be ideal if you are the type of person looking for something a little bit fruitier.
56. Bruce Willis
Bruce Willis LR came out in 2010. As you can probably imagine, this action star’s perfume range was aimed squarely at men. This means expect very masculine notes from them.
None of his perfumes are currently available. Since his retirement from acting (which was mere days before writing this page), we doubt anything new will be hitting the market either.
57. Carmen Electra
Carmen Electra, like Bruce Willis, also had an LR perfume to her name. However, her best-known perfume is probably that of Rrrr! which came out in 2016. It was aimed at women and is no longer available for purchase.
You may find other perfumes from her, though. She works a lot with perfume companies, although they mostly just use her brand rather than involve her in the design process.
58. One Direction
One Direction’s perfumes came out between 2013 and 2015. All of them were aimed at females, and none of them are available. Perhaps the most popular from their range would be You & I. Since this time, many of their members have released solo versions of the perfume.
59. Dita Von Teese
All of the Dita Von Teese celebrity perfumes were launched between 2011 and 2013. All of them are female perfumes. Erotique and Rouge are her most popular perfumes.
Since it has been such a long time since the last perfume release, it seems none of them are readily available for purchase.
60. Isabella Rossellini
Between 2000 and 2008, Isabella Rossellini had several perfumes released. All were female perfumes. The one that seemed to be the biggest seller was Storia.
Since it has been a good 14 years since the last perfume release, none of them are currently available, and we doubt she will ever have new perfumes released under her name.
Rammstein has several perfumes, with the latest being released in 2021. Nearly all of the perfumes from Rammstein are unisex perfumes, although there are one or two male and female perfumes mixed in there.
The Kokain range of products is the most popular, and you will likely be able to find that in stores with ease.