Vertigo, a new floral aldehydic fragrance from the fashion house of the same name, is to launch in US Vertigo boutiques this July, and in other venues by September.
The fragrance was created by perfumer Cecile Krakower and includes notes of lemon, orange, green notes, muguet, roses, jasmine absolute, tuberose, tear of venus flower, ylang ylang, sandalwood, white cedar wood, musk and amber.
Vertigo perfume is available in 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette, 50 ml Eau de Parfum, or matching body products. (via vertigo, cosmeticnews)
Costa Mediterranea will be the next release from i Profumi di Firenze:
Freshly picked lemons from the seaside cliffs of Sicily and soothing bergamot from the Calabrian coast are touched with a whisper of vetiver to create a sophisticated head-turning scent that captures the glamour of the Italian Riviviera.
The unisex fragrance will debut at Barneys in late April/early May. (via press release from Isabella Imports)
Truly, the first of the planned trilogy of fragrances "Truly, Madly, Deeply" launched officially last week at Takashimaya (although it has been available there for some time). It is described as a fresh green floral chypre, and was created by Stephen Burlingham, the great-grandson of Louis Comfort Tiffany. (via fashionwiredaily)
Principessa, a line of spa products created by Trish Lucarino, has launched their first perfume oil, Piccolo perfume.
Antonio Banderas will launch Spirit for women this fall, described as "a modern Oriental with citrus and plum top notes, a fresh floral heart and a woody Oriental polish". (both via Women's Wear Daily)
I tried Truly at Barney's in Bevery Hills. It did nothing for me, although the falcon was lovely. I'm holding out for the Deeply which will be in purple. I hope I like it!
Hi V, I haven't tried Truly yet, and thanks for the info that it is at Barneys…I had no idea!