Kim Kardashian has released the first print ad for her newest fragrance, Pure Honey. She looks so flawless in the photo for her fifth perfume, debuting it to her fans on Monday.

Just in time for National Honey Month, Kim K's latest perfume is a brand new edition to the collection of honey-inspired beauty products on the market to try.

The reality TV diva and new mom seems to be on top of the world right now: a beautiful baby North West, hit cable show, and now a fresh scent to stock beauty shelves. If her gorgeous skin, contoured face and minimal makeup look on the fragrance's ad is any indication, Ms. Kardashian's latest fragrance must have a very alluring scent. What sets Pure Honey apart and raises the bar from her previous perfumes is this killer ad. Though Kim is now a blonde, the star let her signature raven hair down in the ad, wearing a honey-colored dress for a very sensually sweet look.

"I wanted Pure Honey to be both light and sweet but also powerfully seductive," Kim wrote on her blog. "As women we all have these dual natures. We can be girly and playful but we can also be tempting and captivating at the same time. Combining the two elements was the perfect way to capture our full femininity. I created it to be delectable and crave-able, like all beautiful women are." 

Kim already has four covetable fragrances: True Reflection, Glam, Gold and Signature. The new Pure Honey perfume features notes of red rose, freesia, vanilla and musk. 

North's mom likes to be hands on when it comes to the creative process. "I am super involved from start to finish - on bottle design to ad campaign," Kim said to Women's Wear Daily. "I had this really great honey idea, so we moved away from just florals. I wanted to make sure that it had the little bee on it."

Similarities, of course, agoing to be drawn between Kim and Marc Jacobs' Honey perfumeBoth have bottles with bumblebees on them and each has honey as a base note. The two fragrances also have similar floral notes and hints of vanilla. Sweet coincidence?

Loving something as sweet as "Pure Honey?" Ready to try it? Let us know in the comments section!