Most people know that Robert Pattinson is one of the most popular actors in the world, thanks to his charming smile and boyish charm. Even those who haven’t seen his movies probably know who he is thanks to his famous quotes and catchphrases. He’s become so well-known for these memorable phrases that several companies have even created mugs, shirts, and sweatshirts with his quotes on them! Today we’ll discuss the fragrances that have been inspired by Robert Pattinson’s charm.

Pattinson Leaves A Phenomenal Impression Behind

Even if you’ve never heard of Robert Pattinson, you’ve likely smelled him. After all, he’s been in a lot of fragrances over the years. In fact, he’s been placed in many famous perfumes, leaving an indelible mark on them. The following is a comprehensive guide to the fragrances that owe their existence to the brilliant actor:

Robert Pattinson Blue

Released in 2012, Pattinson Blue is one of the rarest and most expensive fragrances ever created. It was inspired by the British actor’s favorite color, and the way that he wears it: on the lapel of his suit jackets and shirt collars. The fragrance’s tagline is “the man who thinks beyond blue wants to breathe you,” which is said to be a confession of love from an obsessed fan. According to people who have sampled it, the floral burst of the fragrance is incredibly memorable. It’s made up of white hyacinth, blue hyacinth, musk pod, and ylang-ylang, which are four of the most prominent ingredients in the fragrance. Ylang-ylang is a relative of vanilla, and has a distinctly tropical scent that’s often used in perfumes. It can be a little overwhelming, so it’s important to be mindful of how much you’re taking in at any given time.

Van Cleef

Yes, the famous “V” logo is actually a reference to an ingredient in Van Cleef: vanillin. As the name suggests, this molecule imparts a vanilla-like scent to whatever it’s applied to. The molecule was first isolated and identified in the late 1800s, and was mainly used in pharmaceutical products at first. Since then, it’s been implemented in scented candles, and now even in some soap and detergents. It’s also present in some toothpastes and mouthwash, lending them a pleasing taste and odor. The molecule has been particularly useful in perfumery because of its inherent whiteness and tendency to polymerize into large crystals, which can then be employed as filigree or as a stunningly patterned backdrop for an otherwise all-natural product.


Cadillac is one of the most recognizable logos in the world. The luxury car company was first named after the French racehorse that won the 1867 Grand Prix de Paris. The logo itself was designed by the French artist and perfumer Émile Glaure. Even if you’ve never heard of Émile Glaure, you’ve almost certainly smelled his work. He was the founder of what is now known as the Glaure Perfume Company. The logo is made up of a cadre of beautiful female figures, which are traditional in France, and has been around since the 1950s.


Before Christian Dior even had a chance to make a mark on the industry, he was already responsible for some of the most unforgettable scents. The most famous of these is probably his iconic “Dior Homme” perfume, which was first released in 1955 and continues to be one of the brand’s best-selling and most popular scents. It’s made up of rose, jasmine, and ylang-ylang, which are the primary notes. The fragrance is named after Christian Dior and his wife, who were both suffering from depression at the time the perfume was created. To this day, Dior Homme is still a flagship perfume for the designer. It was originally available only in limited quantities; today it can be found in practically all specialty stores and online perfume retailers.


Chanel’s most famous scents include the timeless La Mauve and Coco Mademoiselle. These perfumes, which are made up of orchid, ylang-ylang, and vanilla, among other ingredients, are among the most recognizable in the industry. Coco Mademoiselle, which was released in 1918, is the most recent addition to the fragrance family. It replaced the original Coco, which was first produced in 1884 and is still one of the most widely available and popular scents among luxury houses. Today, Chanel perfumes can be found in virtually all good perfumery stores around the world.

Humphrey Bogart

Another fragrance that continues to be popular even today is that of the late American film legend, Humphrey Bogart. The scent, created by perfumers Jacque Polge and Jean-Paul Gaultier, is named after one of the most prominent and unforgettable fictional characters of all time. Bogart was an American expatriate living in Paris who is most famous for his work in classic Hollywood films during the 1930s. Gently citrusy and lemony with a touch of wood, the fragrance captures the essence of the proud American, whose stoic character and gravelly voice are an instant connection to anyone who has ever seen a Bogart movie. It also happens to be one of the most expensive perfumes in the industry, with a retail price of more than $850 a bottle! Bogart was first released in 1997 and, much like Van Cleef, can be found in virtually all good perfumery stores and online perfume retailers.


Although it is not one of the most expensive of the scents discussed here, the popularity of the Grasse scent from Dior continues to surprise even the most seasoned of perfumers. It started as a cologne, but was reformulated into a fragrance in 1956. The top note of the smell is of jasmine and peach; its mid-note is mostly of white flower and lemon; and its base note, which is most apparent in the fragrance, is of citrus, with a hint of musk.

James Bond

Finally, we arrive at the reason why this article is being published: James Bond. The British brand DB5, which created the iconic “Bond, James Bond” scent in 1968, continues to be one of the most popular and long-lived scents among the fragrance community. It was originally made up of musk, sandalwood, amber, and vanilla, with a “base note” of tobacco and leather. The scent was originally inspired by the British secret agent’s favorite meal, which happens to be steak and kidney pie. Since then, the fragrance has been adjusted to fit the needs and tastes of a modern customer, with the addition of notes of orange and lemon, among others. The result is a unique and memorable blend of citrus, spice, wood, and leather. It can still be found today in most good perfume stores around the world.

So, what did you think of this list? Were there any scents that you particularly enjoyed smelling? Or, have you tried any of these fragrances and had an experience that you’d like to share? We’d love to hear from you! Feel free to leave a comment below, or, if you’d like to get in touch with us directly, you can find our email address here.