# get fresh

Re­fresh­ing new per­fumes that en­chant and se­duce

#Legend - - REVEAL / POTIONS -

1_ BYREDO Vel­vet Haze

Vel­vet Haze by Byredo prom­ises a psy­che­delic mo­ment in par­adise. Hyp­notic, musky and gen­der-neu­tral, the scent is said to in­spired by the Flower Power move­ment of the 1960s, a term coined by Amer­i­can Beat poet Allen Gins­berg.

With touches of co­conut wa­ter, patchouli leaves and ca­cao, Vel­vet Haze reaches all the senses.

2_ JO MALONE English Oak & Red­cur­rant

Oak trees, emer­ald moss, red­cur­rants and san­dal­wood are just some of the fea­tures of the musky scent of­fered by this cologne. English Oak & Red­cur­rant is a uniquely mys­te­ri­ous scent which prom­ises to linger in the mem­ory. Malone cre­ated a roasted oak note which is at the heart of this en­tic­ing and en­chant­ing per­fume.

3_ GUERLAIN Lui

This Guerlain eau de par­fum blurs the lines be­tween the sexes and com­bines scents suit­able for both. Nei­ther overtly fem­i­nine nor mas­cu­line, the fra­grance blends flo­ral, spicy and woody notes. In­trigu­ingly, the top notes in­clude pear and cloves. The an­drog­y­nous fra­grance is sen­sual and sup­ple, yet lively and soft.

4_ STELLA MCCART­NEY Pop Blue­bell

Del­i­cate, bright and dewy, Pop Blue­bell has per­son­al­ity and depth.

The flo­ral scent is mul­ti­fac­eted, fem­i­nine, bold, and strong. The English blue­bell is an en­dan­gered wild­flower in Bri­tain, where it is a crime to pick them. The brand has in­stead syn­the­sized the flower’s bou­quet to cre­ate a unique eau de par­fum.

5_ PENHALIGON’S The Ruth­less Count­ess Dorothea

Im­pec­ca­bly re­fined and brac­ing, this fra­grance is all about pow­er­ful women. Red gin­ger and cin­na­mon oil add fierce­ness to this oth­er­wise sweet and soft scent. Vel­vety hints of vanilla and cash­meran, some­times re­ferred to as blond wood, con­trib­ute to an­other grand ad­di­tion to the brand’s Por­traits Col­lec­tion.

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