Lancôme has launched a new fragrance for women, Peut-Être:
The hope of love, soft as a breeze.
Alone in her beloved French garden, a woman wanders among roses, lilac, iris and jasmine. She is thinking of him, knowing that he loves her but hoping he will soon show her a sign that will banish all her doubts. A breeze arises and strokes her skin, carrying fragrant petals softly into her hair. She closes her eyes and lets the aura of the garden envelop her senses. She hears footsteps, opens her eyes and looks into his. She sees a new and special intensity in his gaze. And is something hidden in his hand? The moment is electric. Something important is going to happen…peut-être…perhaps.
Note that the packaging is the same as that used for the reissues in the La Collection range, but Lancôme no longer lists "La Collection" on their US website (it is still listed in France and the UK, and the US site does still sell Climat and Mille et une Roses), and the website does not even mention the 1930s scent of the same name. We'll see!
Heeley has launched a new fragrance, Sel Marin:
Feel the sun, warm sand and a gentle breeze of fresh sea air. A refreshing and striking note of lemon will fade to reveal an aquatic green note, while vetiver and light drift woods of cedar and birch dry slowly in the sand and salty, sea air.
The notes include lemon, bergamot, sea salt, algae, vetiver, birch and cedar. (via heeleydesign)