Onscreen as Dr. Addison Montgomery in ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” and its spin-off “Private Practice,” and off as the creator of the fragrance brand Boyfriend, Kate Walsh is most certainly not the kind of woman who’s defined by a man.
If she was, Walsh speculated, Boyfriend might be named husband. “But nobody wants to buy a fragrance called Husband. I think the idea of Boyfriend connotes fun, a kind of frivolity and romance. Anything can happen as opposed to with a husband or a fiancé, where things get serious and heavy and possibly end in lawsuits,” she said, adding, “It was really about a nod to these guys. Now, we don’t have to necessarily get married, [but I felt like saying,] ‘Hey fellas, we really like you, and we love romance. We like the simple things like wearing your shirt or your jeans.’ These are the kind of romantic, sensual things that I wanted to give a shout out to.”
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