Clinique is releasing a new fragrance for the Happy line, called Happy to Be. It will debut in duty free this month, and is described as:
...a new type of floral. It opens with a key Pear Natureprint accord, which gives way to a floral heart of hibiscus, Bulgarian rose and syringa flower. This leads to a base of cocoa butter, sandalwood and sesame.
Clinique Happy to Be is an Eau de Parfum, and is available in 50 and 100 ml and in matching body products.
Prada will launch a men's fragrance in Spring 2006. It is described as a"vintage-style fragrance with a very masculine leathery-ambery trail". It is being developed by Carlos Benaïm, who was also the nose for the women's Prada fragrance. (Via cosmeticnews.com) Update: see a review of Prada Man.
Lancaster is launching a trio of limited editions for Davidoff Cool Water called Sea, Scents and Sun. These will be released in April and will include summer versions of Cool Water, Cool Water Woman, and Cool Water Deep.
Estee Lauder is releasing a trio called "Summer Waters": light versions of Pleasures, Beautiful and Beyond Paradise. These are limited editions, and will be available in duty free stores in April.
And Paco Rabanne is introducing a new Eau de Toilette version of Paco Rabanne Pour Elle. (All via the Moodie Report)