Canadian designer Marie Saint Pierre has launched two fragrances, B and C:
Inspired by the scenery of Montreal, personal travel memoirs and the cosmic palette of garden aromas, B and C are two classic and chic fragrances worthy of a prestigious fashion house.
«A perfume tells an unprecedented story. I wanted B and C to make a mark and haunt the memory. I also wanted them to be scent with a delicate mystery.» The anonymity behind their name intensifies this mystery, leaving more space to the imagination. «B for Baiser or C for Caresse perhaps?»
B ~ "Sweet notes from caramel, vanilla and cinnamon blend with sensual notes of cedar and sandalwood that get magnified by violet and the essence of Turkish rose, creating a refined mix of ingredients that inspire passion, confidence and sensuality." Additional notes include bergamot, beeswax, cardamom and maple sap.
C ~ "C's alluring scent is based on a wild and enchanting velvety leather that melts on the skin, the scent of freshly cut cedar, white flowers and musk, creating a lingering and voluptuous spice. C is a seductive, more oriental combination that awakens the senses." Additional notes include bergamot, saffron, buckskin, orange blossom and freesia.
Marie Saint Pierre B and C are $125 (Canadian?) each for 50 ml Eau de Parfum, and can be found at Marie Saint Pierre boutiques. The fused glass under the bottle caps was designed by Canadian artist Melanie Laplante, and can be worn as a necklace or bracelet.