A portion of the fragrance's profits will go to helping pregnant women with AIDS

Por People Staff
Updated Enero 16, 2008
William Levy

William Levy now has his own fragrance, and it will be available to the public in a few days. The Cuban actor, who heated up the small screen with his role on the telenovela Acorralada and caused a stir when photos of him modeling underwear for the gay public were published, has gained popularity thanks to his role as Vasco on the soap Pasión (Univisión).

The 27-year-old actor announced that the cologne, which has a clean and fresh scent, matches his personality.

“We wanted to make this fragrance, a fragrance that has a lot to do with me. Something fresh, not too elegant, not too serious, rather something fresher, more fun, something that smells clean, for the clean man, with attitude,” Levy told Televisa Espectáculos.

The actor also informed that part of the profits will go to an important and noble cause: “The special thing about it is that its legacy is to help women with AIDS who are pregnant.”

According to Notimex news agency, the scent will be part of a cosmetics line from Mexican producer Carla Estrada, who's currently working on the show that features actors Susana González, Sebastián Rulli and Fernando Colunga. She's helped celebs like Pepe Aguilar, Sabine Moussier, Alicia Villarreal and Ana Patricia Rojo launch fragrances.