All good things come to an end, like bottles of our favourite fragrances that have served as our signature for months, maybe even years.
Perhaps then, it’s the perfect time to introduce a handful of freshly launched scents.
Worked on by perfumers to hit just the right notes, these new fragrances range from creamy to fruity, with a pour homme in the mix if it strikes your fancy.
Gucci Bloom Profumo di Fiori
The newest addition to the Gucci Bloom family is Profumo di Fiori, the first to be wholly developed under Alessandro Michele’s vision. It revolves around the original Bloom bouquet with a few new notes like tuberose, jasmine, ylang ylang and sandalwood. The fragrance comes in a yellow honey flacon intended to embody youthfulness.
Marc Jacobs Perfect
Marc Jacobs has a ‘Perfect’ wrist tattoo which inspired his latest scent, one meant to celebrate authenticity and positivity. This eau de parfum is a juxtaposition of crisp florals and creamy notes — daffodils, rhubarb, almond milk and cashmeran. If you’re looking for a scent that’s not overly sweet and even a little warm, this is it for sure.
Chloé Rose Tangerine
Just the imagination of rose tangerine sounds delicious already. As with other Chloé fragrances, the latest is also bright and fresh, with a tangerine twist and blackcurrant undertones. Its base encompasses cedar and white amber linger on for much longer, evoking a strong and graceful sense of femininity that cools down the fruity essence.
Mr. Burberry Element
Last on our list is a fragrance for men, Mr. Burberry Element, a new scent that promotes modern strength and verdant freshness. At its base are mineral oakmoss and ambergris for a unique take on woody notes, met with a heart of spicy juniper and finally, leading the way to top notes of sensual green almond.
This story first appeared on Prestige Malaysia