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Russian Tennis Star Maria Sharapova Unveils Candy Line
23.08.2012 09:05
Russian Tennis Star Maria Sharapova Unveils Candy Line
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Maria Sharapova is now officially a "sweetie", as the Russian tennis queen has presented her own premium candy line, called Sugarpova.

      The candy line was presented at Henri Bendel store at New York’s Fifth Avenue on Monday. The Sugarpova collection consists of 12 varieties of delight of varying taste and shape, representing the many sides of its creator’s personality: chic, flirty, silly, splashy, cheeky, sassy, spooky, smitten, quirky and sporty.

      The candy is on sale in the US for $5.99. It’s also available on the web as well as in minibars of some of the world's top luxury hotels and resorts.

      This year has already brought Maria Sharapova many successfull events, and the Sugarpova brand launch is just one of them. The 25-year-old tennis star completed her Career Slam in June and made her long-awaited silver debut at the Olympics in August. And her private life is also all right, as Maria's wedding with Slovenian basketball player Sasha Vujacic is planned on November 10.

Author: Julia Alieva

Tags: Maria Sharapova Russian tennis Russian tennis players Russian celebrities  

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