L'Occitane will launch Cherry Princess / Cerisier Princesse, a new fresh fruity floral perfume for women, this month. The fragrance was inspired by French Princess Hortense de Beauharnais (the daughter of Empress Josephine) who reportedly was known to blush when given a compliment.
When the cherry tree blossoms in Provence, its pure white petals give way to crisp and brightly colored fruits. This new fragrance collection blends the juicy scents of red cherries with a delicate floral softness, reminiscent of the graceful beauty of a princess.
L'Occitane Cherry Princess / Cerisier Princesse is a limited edition. It will be available in 50 ml Eau de Toilette, 10 g Solid Perfume and in matching bath & body products.
(quote via mallatmillenia, additional information via diarydirectory, glamourmagazine.co.uk)
*facepalm* What an awful name!
It sounds much better (to my Anglo ears) in French.
By a native French speaker maybe. When I say it in French, it’s just as bad. lol
There’s nothing wrong with the name. It’s a perfectly nice name. And Maroc is still masculine. LOL!
What I’m wondering is: is there a difference between Cerisier Princesse and Fleur de Cerisier?
Aw, and here I was just thinking that I could privately call my teenage daughter La Cerisier Princesse – she blushes so charmingly.
If she is anything like my son, she would not appreciate it!
She doesn’t speak any French… I could get to be all mumsy and indulgent, and she would just roll her eyes not knowing what I meant.
(Funny: neither one of my sons blushes. Just the daughter – but she’s the strawberry blonde and has the skin for blushing.)
My son blushes! But not often, and he does not like it to be mentioned
I think I need glasses. At first glance, I thought the name was “Chewy Princess.”