Sure, I'd buy Paris Hilton's newest fragrance if it was created and promoted in the real life image of Paris Hilton instead of the decontaminated fake glamour she insists on hoisting upon the weary public. At the debut party/media event for her most recent odorous concoction Tease, Paris Hilton dressed up as some sort of corpse-like version of Marilyn Monroe and struggled awkwardly to emulate the iconic sex symbol. With a ridiculously oversized wig that looked more like a bleached out Ooompa Loompa wig than a Marilyn one, coupled with a thick coat of embalmer's makeup, Paris looked more like Marilyn's stumbling zombie. I laughed out loud. In many of the photos, Paris poses by holding a bottle of Tease perfume "seductively" near her parted lips. COME ON, just go ahead and forge the bottle to appear a bit more phallic and show Paris slobbering all over the bottle's tip. Don't stop there, add more layers of harsh reality (the icing on the cake!) by including the many many many drug busts Paris was involved with this year. Forget staged photographs, simply use the ones of Paris stumbling out of a VIP room in some cheesy Las Vegas nightclub. I say Paris should proudly own her tarnished image and use it to her best advantage. Rename the perfume Sleaze and simply promote the image of Paris Hilton WE see. I sense a fresh new approach to marketing celebrity fragrances: Reality Perfume. Yep, just like reality TV. If Paris had gone that route, I would have purchased a bottle... and I never buy celebrity perfumes. Medium: graphite on paper, digital paint.