Gwyneth Paltrow smoking one cigarette a week

Gwyneth Paltrow smokes one cigarette a week.

Smoking Gwyneth Paltrow

Gwyneth Paltrow wearing a black dress

The American actress mentioned she cannot completely quit smoking but claims she would never use a cigarette next to her children.

Paltrow explained that she is smoking one cigarette a week and her girlfriends she uses a cigarette with know about it, but she would never smoke near her children.

The famously health conscious star also spoke her mind about her family, naming the kids her “best achievement” and marrying their father, Chris Martin, was her “best decision up to now”.

She mentioned that she is really blessed to have two healthy kids, and she enjoys raising them and watching them start to develop and be themselves.”

She said: “My best weekend is sleeping and then having a really lazy day with the family, cooking, joking and going for a walk.”

Christina Milian Smokes Hookah in Miami

Christina Milian, an American actress and singer-songwriter, was caught smoking hookah together with friends as she relaxed in Miami on June, 28.

Now on the occasion of she is finishing filming “The Voice”, Milian is experiencing some sun rays and enjoying a little vacation in Miami.

The “Gonna Tell Everybody” singer stayed near the pool with several female friends who smoked hookah as well.

Being in Miami, Christina is taking part in the Irie Foundation’s Celebrity Golf Tournament.

Smoking Christina Milian

Hookah Smoking Christina Milian

Hookah Smoking Celebrity

Milian exhaling hookah smoke

Christina Milian Hookah

Christina Milian smoking hookah

Christina Milian Smoking Hookah

Christina Milian smoking hookah in Miami

Cigarettes in the Fashion

The relationship between fashion industry and smoking has been hard pressed for a long time. Even though cigarette makers are not allowed to buy advertising and marketing space, smokes still find the ways to appear into fashion magazines.

It is not easy matter to struggle with smoking in fashion when the supermodels and famous designers are noticeably smoking cigarettes. Such widely known top model as Kate Moss is frequently pictured smoking. Some designers even allow tobacco companies to use their brand names in advertising campaigns. In European magazines, advertisements for Gucci demonstrated cigarette ash spread across their high-priced handbags.

However, sometimes the fashion industry supports anti-smoking campaigns that are focused on reducing the attractiveness of smoking. In 2002, Simon Lock, a Chief Executive Officer of the Mercedes Australian Fashion Week, introduced a Smoke-Free Fashion Initiative, determining the impact of the fashion on public awareness and tendencies.

Only time will show how the relationship between smoking and the fashion will flourish.

Smoking Model Kate Moss

Kate Moss smoking a cigarette

Smoking Model D&G Show

A model smokes at a D&G show backstage before the show

Smoking Sasha Pivovarova

Sasha Pivovarova holding a cigarette

Masha Novoselova Smoking

Model Masha Novoselova smoking a cigarette

Raphael Susitna exhaling cigarette smoke

Raphael Susitna Smoking Cigarette


Smoking Snejana Onopka

Snejana Onopka holding a burning cigarette

Sasha Pivovarova Smoking

Smoking Sasha Pivovarova

Smoking Carmen Kass

Carmen Kass smoking a cig

Lily Donaldson Smoking

Lily Donaldson and a burning cigarette

Gemma Ward Smoking

Smoking Gemma Ward

Natasha Poly Smoking

Cigarette smoking Natasha Poly

Smoking Agyness Deyn

Smoking top model Agyness Deyn


Smoking Lukas Dvorak

Lukas Dvorak smoking a cig during a photoshoot

Sexy Smoking Kate Moss

Smoking Kate Moss

Smoking Top Models

Natasha Poly, Lauren Santo Domingo, Lily Donaldson, Raquel Zimmerman

Smoking Top Models

Lily Donaldson, Carmen Kass, Daria Werbowy, and Lara Stone

Yves Saint Laurent advertises own-label cigarettes

Cigarette advertising and marketing is forbidden in Australia, the United States and Europe, and smoking indoors is outlawed in the majority of the big cities around the world. But in fashion, it seems, smoking is still stylish all the time.
The cigarettes appear in a luxurious black box with gold foil and are being promoted towards women in Asia and Russia.

YSL cigarettes

Yves Saint Laurent cigarettes in a black pack

The cigarettes were promoted by an advertisement showing a model that is very similar to Kate Moss, who received tough judgments when she was smoking on the Louis Vuitton catwalk in 2011.
Online retail dealers, which offer for sale the cigarettes for as much as $44 per pack of 200 cigarettes, find out that the product first introduced in 1989.
Advertising script conveys to potential customers that the label’s “philosophy is to give their cigarettes a classic sophisticated look.”

Kate Moss YSL Cigarettes

Kate Moss smoking YSL cigarettes during Paris fashion Week

It can be found as well on the script that building a sense of attractiveness to female vanity and thus making the woman who prefer using Yves Saint Laurent cigarettes more gorgeous than one who smokes other cigarette brands or more appealing than a woman who is non-smoker.”
Deborah Arnott, chief executive of Action on Smoking and Health, stated that Yves Saint Laurent fashion house should be embarrassing of itself.
She added: “As the promotion and marketing ban avoiding any advertising or sponsorship by cigarette makers became effective, smoking amongst the younger generation has slipped by 33 %.
“Nobody wants to see Yves St Laurent cigs available for sale, as cigarette manufacturers are prohibited from using brandsharing to advertise smoking in the United Kingdom, or anywhere in the European countries.
“Unfortunately in Russia and a lot of areas of Asia, teenagers are not yet secured from such cigarette companies strategies, and gorgeous brands like YSL can be applied to draw them into a dependency that will result in diseases connected with smoking and disadvantages.
YSL is a follower of Cartier and Pierre Cardin, which have as well allowed cigarette makers to use their logo.

Dunhill Fine Cut Master Blend Gold Now in Our Store

Dunhill Fine Cut Master Blend Gold

We, at, are doing our best to add new products to our stock, satisfying the needs of all categories of adult smokers, regardless of their income.

Today we bring you the latest version of the legendary Dunhill cigarette brand, recently added to our stock.

Manufactured by British American Tobacco, Dunhill brand has been long considered a real masterpiece of tobacco industry. And although it is selling in the super-premium category, it is worth every dollar paid.

Dunhill Fine Cut Master Blend Gold represents a superb combination of the best Virginia, Burley and Oriental tobaccos, carefully cured and finely milled to deliver a truly remarkable taste of superior quality tobacco.

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Legendary Rothmans Brand Returns to the Market

rothmans cigarettes

Today we are delighted to re-introduce the new version of the iconic Rothmans cigarette brand, one of the most reputed brands in tobacco industry, which history counts several decades of success.

Rothmans first saw the world in 1890, created by famous London-based tobacconist Louis Rothman, who also stood behind Pall Mall and Dunhill brands. Rothmans provided premium quality cigarettes selling at a very affordable price, so it was not surprising that their popularity was growing sharply. The brand’s success peaked in the 1970s, when it even sponsored Olympic Games.

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