Looking for a new perfume? This week we share with you four scents that have been inspired by different cities, taking your senses on a voyage with a simple spritz.
Inspired by the different cities that had special meanings to Gabrielle Chanel, Chanel's collection of Les Eaux de Chanel is an olfactive journey through the world of the celebrated fashion designer. And no other city meant more to Coco than Paris, with the Paris-Paris scent revealing notes of Damask rose and citrus accents, bottling the freshness and elegance of the city.
Elie Saab's new perfume, Le Parfum Lumière, is a gorgeous bouquet of white flowers, created by talented nose Francis Kurkdjian. Ylang-ylang, jasmine and gardenia are highlighted by the sweet notes of Italian mandarine, creating a sweet, floral scent to transport your senses to the Mediterranean Sea.
Bvlgari's Allegra Spettacolore is a delicious bonbon glass wrapper enveloping the winter solstice in Puglia in an eau de parfum. The scent is an intoxicating elixir with notes of iris, myhrr and amber, creating a warm fragrance that captures the Italian region on its longest night of the year.
In a bottle designed like a crystal glass for your favourite cognac, By Kilian's Angels' Share perfume is a unisex scent that anyone would want to display in their bathroom. The eau de parfum doesn't just look good, it also smells luxurious with notes of amber, cognac and sandalwood, sweetened with cinnamon, praline and vanilla. Inspired by Kilian Hennessy's cognac heritage, the perfume is an intoxicating voyage to Cognac in France where the evaporation of liquor that lifts while aging is referred to as the angels' share, a silent offering to the angels that fills the air of the French town.