If there's anything to sweeten a deal, it's bubbles. Put them in a bath, and suddenly you can soak in the tub for an extra half hour. Stick them in tea, and you've turned a basic drink into "OMG I want one, too!" But now bubbles come with a perfume, and we're all a bit flummoxed.
The invention - a bubble tube infused with scent - isn't exactly revolutionary. But the actual fragrance, designed by master "nose" Francis Kurkdjan, is so luxe, its base formula comes from the archives of Marie Antoinette.
Called "Les Bulles d'Agathe" (translation: Agatha's Bubbles), the perfume is available in fresh scents like Cold Mint and Lumiere Noire, a spiced rose mixture. And yes, they really work, so if you ever get bored of your new scent, you can take the container to a rave, stand in front of a fan, and go nuts.
--FARAN KRENTCIL$18 each at Bergdorf Goodman, or online