Madam Secretary

Hillary launches her own perfume

  The Onion, the fake-news publication, reports: [Secretary Clinton’s] new fragrance, called “Authorité,” was designed to evoke the olfactory equivalent of sensible shoes clicking purposefully down a marble-tiled hallway. Photo: iStockPhoto.com

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perfume bottles on glass shelf

 

The Onion, the fake-news publication, reports:

[Secretary Clinton's] new fragrance, called "Authorité," was designed to evoke the olfactory equivalent of sensible shoes clicking purposefully down a marble-tiled hallway.

Perfume bottles, iStockPhoto.com  

The Onion, the fake-news publication, reports:

[Secretary Clinton’s] new fragrance, called “Authorité,” was designed to evoke the olfactory equivalent of sensible shoes clicking purposefully down a marble-tiled hallway.

Photo: iStockPhoto.com

Preeti Aroon was copy chief at Foreign Policy from 2009 to 2016 and was an FP assistant editor from 2007 to 2009. Twitter: @pjaroonFP

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