Royal Apothic has launched five new fragrances at Anthropologie*: Holland Park, Meyer Bloom, Kensington Garden, Balmoral and Edwardian Fireplace.
Holland Park (shown) ~ a floral scent; "inspired by one of the most peaceful parks in central London, this soft floral scent features top notes of lemon, magnolia and peach, middle notes of jasmine, orange and muguet and a base of powdery white musk."
Meyer Bloom ~ a fresh scent; "hyacinth, stephanotis and lily of the valley mingle with Meyer lemon and warm vanilla."
Kensington Garden ~ a floral scent; "a blooming bunch of gardenias, jasmine, lily and tuberose with a light base of fern."
Balmoral ~ a floral scent; "fragrant orange and magnolia notes mingle with geranium, bay rose and muguet, above a mellow base of sandalwood and moss."
Edwardian Fireplace ~ a spicy scent; "inspired by the scent of a burning fire on a cold winter night, notes of plum, white birch and grape mix with clove and myrhh [sic] over a base of smoke, amber and peach."
The Royal Apothic scents are available in 15 ml Eau de Parfum mini ($15) or 60 ml Eau de Parfum atomizer ($32).
* Holland Park is brand new, the others may have been out for awhile. Plus I think we missed at least four more last year: Topiary, Covent Garden, City of Angels and Terra Firma.