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Hanae Mori No. 1: Olympians, Governors, & Launched into Space

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More than just a pretty fragrance, Hanae Mori's No. 1—the limited-edition scent that's first in the company's series of Eaux de Collection perfumes—is imbued with energy found in nature:

· Approximately 30% of the power needed to create and bottle the fragrance in France comes from solar and wind power.
· Part of the proceeds from U.S. sales benefits Clean Air-Cool Planet, an organization dedicated to finding and promoting solutions for global warming.
· America's six female state Governors have received debut bottles as have America's female Olympic gold medalists
· Hanae Mori Parfums is being launched into space—the company's name will be inscribed on a DVD mounted on Japan's IKAROS sun-powered spacecraft.
Gimmicky? Sure. But we give them credit for thinking outside the proverbial box—or the perfume bottle, as the case may be.
· Hanae Mori No. 1 Eau de Toilette, $95 for 3.4 oz at Nordstrom