Surprise! Ariana Grande lowkey released her second fragrance last weekend. The good news is that you don't have to deal with the weeks of anticipation like you did with her last one, Ari. The even better news is that this one is gender inclusive.
The limited edition scent -- Frankie, named after Ariana's older brother -- is meant to be worn by both men and women. The cubic bottle comes in two colors, a metallic silver and pink, though neither are made for one particular gender.
Frankie isn't the first unisex fragrance to hit the market. Calvin Klein's CK One dates all the way back to 1994, and since then, designers like Tom Ford have followed suit. Still, having someone like Ari release her own genderless fragrance promotes the idea of equality in a new way to a new generation. And the fact that it smells good doesn't hurt either.