GAME, SET, EAU!

ATH­LEISURE HAS FOUND ITS MATCH IN FRESH, CIT­RUSY SCENTS.

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When sport­ing de­signs from Max Mara or La­coste’s Spring 2017 vintage and tennis-in­spired col­lec­tions, up your game with clean fra­grances that boast notes of en­er­giz­ing cit­rus. Per­fumer Fran­cis Kurkd­jian blended lime and cool mint oils with mi­mosa blos­soms to cre­ate Aqua Ce­les­tia for his epony­mous col­lec­tion. In­spired by the blues of the sky and sea, the scent “ex­plores a new ter­ri­tory of fresh­ness,” says Kurkd­jian. Her­mès’s Eau des Merveilles Bleue touches on the same theme but mixes sea spray with woody notes, and El­iz­a­beth Ar­den’s White Tea blends a sea breeze ac­cord with white tea ex­tract. It’s all about Ital­ian berg­amot with Guer­lain’s vi­brant Berg­amote Cal­abria, while per­fumer Daniela An­drier also used cit­ruses from Italy when cre­at­ing Prada’s Candy L’eau, but added a ten­der flo­ral ac­cord with sweet vanilla for a fra­grance that in­spires wear­ers, she says, “to seek out life’s end­less plea­sures.”

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