Sunday, September 11, 2011


Top 10 New Perfume Launches

Everyone, from luxury fashion labels to celebrities, have launched new  fragrances in the last 6 months. Here is a round up of the 10 newest perfumes to hit the scene

Lancôme Trésor Midnight Rose: On the lines of 1990 version of Trésor (there is also a 1952 version), the Midnight Rose is fronted by actress Emma Watson. The scent reportedly is a more gourmand version of the original; with notes that include raspberry, pink pepper, jasmine, peony, rose, vanilla, cedar and musk.
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Homme by David Beckham: The footballer's Homme fragrance for men was developed by perfumerPierre Negrin; the notes include citrus, ginger, Szechuan pepper, cashmere wood, leather, rosemary, mahogany wood, patchouli and musk.

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Watch Beckham's hot commercial here.

Burberry Body: Looks like Burberry has gone all out for its new fragrance launch. The ad featuresTransformers' star Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wearing only a rose gold satin Burberry trench coat. While the scent is an eclectic composition of fruity-chypre notes, the fragrance opens with a fresh, green touch of absinthe and bright hints of peach and freesia.

Lovestruck: Featuring Gossip Girl actor Leighton Meester in the ads, Vera Wang's new fragrance is an addictive floral scent that incorporates a pink guava and mandarin, followed by a mix of tuberose and lotus blossom. Precious woods and sheer musk make for the base notes.
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Bottega Veneta Eau de Parfum: Launched as their first fragrance for women in July 2011,  Bottega Veneta's Eau de Parfum is a leathery floral chypre developed by perfumer Michel Almairac. The notes include patchouli, oak moss, bergamot, jasmine and pink pepper. A limited edition Extrait in Murano glass will be available only at exclusive Bottega Veneta boutiques.
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Cartier Baiser Vole: Baiser Volé ('Stolen Kiss') debuted in July 2011 from Cartier. Mathilde Laurent, who composed the notes, has brought out ultra feminine essences of the lily. The scent is enveloped all through with scented pistils of the lily; the heart is of refined lily petals, while the base notes offer green leaves of lily.
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Chanel No 19 Poudre: This year, Chanel introduced a successor to its No 19 called No 19 Poudré. Chanel's in-house perfumer, Jacques Polge created the Eau de Parfum including neroli, galbanum, jasmine, iris, white musk, vetiver, and tonka bean.
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Gucci Guilty Intense: The scent for women, Gucci's Guilty Intense is an eau de parfum with a warm oriental floral passion at its core, imbued with an audacious fist of pink pepper. The middle notes consist of lilac enriched with the sensuality of violet and heliotropine.
The Guilty Intense Pour Homme scent braces Italian lemon and lavender, undercut with a tang of coriander. A bitter orange flower, with hints of sweet, honeyed and somewhat metallic, yields to an unexpectedly masculinity reinforcing neroli.
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Armani Code Sport by Giorgio Armani: Launched earlier this year, the new fragrance for men is on the lines of the 2004 Armani Code and apparently has a new twist of freshness, excitement, adrenaline and seduction. The notes for the aromatic woody citrus include lemon, mandarin, three kinds of mint (wild mint, peppermint, and spearmint), ambergris (ambrox, in high concentration), ginger and vetiver.
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Estee Lauder Bloom: Unlike the quirky Balenciaga or polished Cartier, the Bloom fragrance opens with a fresh and playful fruity blend. With a noticeable grapefruit and luscious raspberry scent, lychee adds an uplifting feel to the Violet. The body of the fragrance unfolds with dewy pink peony, rose, jasmine and the spicy green lily. It finishes of with top notes of musk, patchouli and vanilla.

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