Celebrity Fragrances from the ’90s You Forgot About

Remember when Michael Jordan had a scent?

I have a fair share of celebrity colognes in my cabinet—and may or may not spritz Britney Spears perfume when my sister and I are under the same roof. (Hey! Don’t judge me until you’ve experienced the magic that is Curious. Good stuff.) Most of the celebrity fragrances I think about were released in the past four years, but stars have been in the cologne/perfume-making game for decades. Decades, I tell you!

If you were a ’90s twentysomething, you had the option to smell like Michael Jordan, Michael Jackson and even the Spice Girls back in the day. That’s right: The girl power empresses had a scent. That’s a special brand of fabulous.

These 10 fragrances hold special places in our hearts. Relive the good-smelling slay with us, and let us know if you owned any of these in the comments below.

  • Spice Girls: Impulse for Women, 1997

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    The smell of girl power, baby.

  • Michael Jackson: Mystique for Women, 1990-92

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    A thrilling scent, am I right?

  • Antonio Banderas: Diavolo, 1997

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    Forget Axe: This is the true cologne that will get you laid.

  • Elizabeth Taylor: Pearls, 1996

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    Classic glam in a bottle. Douse me in it, K?

  • Naomi Campbell: Naomi Campbell, 1999

    Naomi Campbell by Naomi Campbell

    I’d buy this. But please, Naomi, don’t throw the bottle at me.

  • Michael Jordan: Legend for Men, 1997

    Legend by Michael Jordan

    Slam dunk aroma.

  • Priscilla Presley: Indian Summer, 1995

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    Can I take a bath in this, please?

  • Patti LaBelle: Patti LaBelle, 1996

    Patti LaBelle by Patti LaBelle

    No diva perfume will ever compare.

  • Cindy Adams: Gossip, 1997

    Gossip by Cindy Adams

    Rumor has it this was the ish.

  • Jaclyn Smith: California for Men, 1990

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    L.A. sun in a bottle! That’s science!