The sweet decadence of Thierry Mugler Angel has been delighting women the world over since 1992. It was one the first perfumes with edible notes that really burst on to the perfume scene, bringing sweet, gourmand fragrances in to the limelight.
“With Angel, I always wanted to make a fragrance closely connected to childhood memories and tenderness. I wanted to create an extremely sensual contact with this fragrance, so that the person you love smells good enough to eat,” explains Mugler. And with this year’s new limited edition, Angel Eau Sucrée, he’s done just that.
Top: Red Berries Sorbet
Heart: Caramelised Meringue
Base: Patchouli, Vanilla
While this perfume is undoubtedly very feminine and fun, it’s not one for the faint-hearted. From the first spritz, the succulent fruits and creamy caramel notes blast the senses, toeing the line between smell and taste. This is a full-on dessert in fragrance form. On the other hand, the base notes of patchouli and vanilla add depth and longevity, making it feel far more grown up than some typically juvenile-smelling, sweet scents available.
From the blue and pink striped box to the sugar-sprinkled iridescent glass, everything about this delightful bottle screams confectionary. If you like sweet, ultra-girly scents, this candy-treat of a fragrance won’t disappoint.