Brazilian company Perfumaria Phebo has launched a trio of new perfumes featuring vintage-inspired art deco packaging:
Carnaval (shown) ~ "Sensuous and classic, this contemporary fragrance combines the radiance of the freesia and bergamot, the harmony and majesty of the rose and the gardenia, and the spicyness [sic] of the black pepper." Additional notes include green leaves, jasmine, muguet, amber, musk and sandalwood.
Lichia e Pimenta (lychee and pepper) ~ "A sofisticated [sic] and contrasting combination of hot and cold notes, this floral fragrance unites the delicious and delicate aromas of the jasmin and lychee, with a delicious wooden and musky finish." Additional notes include bergamot, green leaves, rose pepper, lily, peony, rose, amber, cedar, vanilla and musk.
Rosa Imperial ~ "Inspired by the rose, known by many as the personification of femininity, the perfume Emperial rose has a delightful and harmonic aroma, that unites feminine floral fragrances with sensuose [sic] wooden and musky accords." With fresh and aldehydic notes, rose, gardenia, jasmine, vetiver, sandalwood and musk.
Perfumaria Phebo Carnaval, Lichia e Pimenta and Rosa Imperial are available in Brazil in 100 ml, concentration unknown. (via press release)