A French perfumer who plans to market a "woody scent with a faint whiff of patchouli" under the brand name "Shiloh" will have her work cut out for her. Angelina Jolie has filed paperwork with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office indicating that she will oppose anyone who attempts to register and use the name for commercial gain.
Since January, Angelina and her 11-month-old daughter Shiloh Nouvel Jolie-Pitt have requested — and received — two extensions for filing a formal opposition to Hors La Monde’s planned "Shiloh" fragrance. But Symine Salimpour, owner of Hors La Monde, claims to have planned to use the "Shiloh" name in connection with her perfume in excess of two years; Noting that the name has Hebrew roots, an insider close to Salimpour — who is a citizen of both France and Israel — insists that,
It’s a spiritual thing for her.
Source: Life&Style Weekly