When it comes to fragrance, I’m not particularly loyal. The latest luxe launch will land on my desk in all it’s pungent olfactory glory and I’ll happily use it for a few weeks before breezily moving on to the next exciting “must-have” spritz.
Middle Eastern perfume-lovers are famously hard to impress. When your consumers can spot the difference between a Damascene and Bulgarian rose and can categorise spice notes in the blink of an eye, it can be difficult to create something that will appeal, let alone impress, such refined noses. But lo and behold, Jo Malone London have done it again!
Whether it’s a slick of crimson lipstick or the perfect stiletto shoe, nothing says “Im here” better than a killer shade of red. And now Estée Lauder are taking it one step further by showing you what red smells like.
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.
In 2003, Narciso Rodriguez launched For Her, a rich, musky fragrance that became an instant perfume icon. In 2014 Narciso Eau de Parfum came on to the scene as a natural extension of his musky classic. Now Rodriguez offers the latest addition to the Narciso olfactive story with Narciso Eau de Toilette,