Heading to U.S. stores as we speak, a new perfume called Shiloh. No, it's not, in any way, a product of the offspring of beauties Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie, but a creation of a Symine Salimpour, a jewelry designer, who has moved on to fragrances. Salimpour has finally been given the OK to proceed with her scent, after a court battle with Angelina has been settled. When Angie got word that Symine was using her daughter's name for the perfume, she intructed her lawyers to put the smackdown on production. But it seems the hugely-famous actress can't control everything in the world and, after a five-month battle, Symine won the legal right to call the scent Shiloh. The designer maintains that the name was never intended to be associated with the Jolie-Pitts' daughter, Shiloh Nouvel. "In Hebrew, Shiloh means 'his gift,' " she says. "And I will use the perfume to give something back to the children of Israel and the Middle East." Symine vows that 5 percent of the profits will go to the Israeli-based nonprofit organization Beit Issie Shapiro, which provides medical and educational services to disabled children. Well, this is all good news for me. I can now go ahead with my new men's body spray called Maddox.