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Laura Ikeji partners husband, Ogbonna Kanu to launch new fragrance

BY ROTIMI AGBANA

Fashion Entrepreneur, Social Media influencer, marketer, and author, Laura Ikeji, is set to launch her latest entrepreneurial project, a ladies and unisex fragrance, ‘Incomplete’.

‘Incomplete’, the new feather to the mother of one’s hat comes after the launch of her motivational book, ‘How to Make Money on Instagram’, which has since gone viral and recorded massive sales.

The new cologne comes in two fragrances, Pink for women and Black for men; which she produced in partnership with her ex-footballer, husband, Ogbonna Kanu.

Although, the fragrance which is contained in very sexy bottles are already sold out before its official launch, Laura promised to produce more to be available for sales in the coming weeks.

In order to make Incomplete available to all and sundry, Laura who has for so long been a social media sensation because of her energy and endless vibes on her social media platforms revealed plans to introduce, Body Sprays and smaller bottles of each fragrances.

In a chat with Potpourri, Laura who has been busy attending to her ambassadorial duties at PayPorte, told a brief story behind the birth of her latest project.

“Incomplete as the name implies is a Cologne which makes your fashion statement complete. You can’t be complete without my Incomplete. It was born out of the need to always smell good. I love to smell nice and attractive and I also have a darling, super husband that can’t do without perfumes. He likes to mix his fragrances. So, we decided to come up with Incomplete Pink (women) and Incomplete Black (men). They both have  attractive ultra-sensual smell that would leave you refreshed all day long.”

Speaking on how her husband, Ogbonna Kanu inspires her, she confessed that he is her biggest obsession.

“My husband is my biggest obsession. I’m just so obsessed with him and I can’t help it. He inspires me a lot and I love him more than any other thing in the world”, she said.

 


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