Swiss niche line Vero Profumo will launch Rozy, the line's fifth fragrance, in May. The scent is 'like a rosy tattoo' and a tribute to actress Anna Magnani, who starred in the 1955 movie The Rose Tattoo.
a stunning, glamorous, iridescent and velvety beauty!
That is frivolous, erotic, faithful, emotional, wild and tender.
That gets on and under the skin like a tattoo.
Rozy Extrait and Voile d’Extrait ~ with rose d’orient, tuberose, cassis, honey, spices, sandalwood and labdanum.
Rozy Eau de Parfum ~ with rose d’orient, lilac, peaches, passionfruit, honey and sandalwood.
Vero Profumo Rozy will be available in 50 ml Eau de Parfum, 7.5 and 15 ml Extrait, and 50 ml Voile d'Extrait.
(via Vero Profumo at Facebook)
I’m not even much of a rose girl but I still want to try the extrait and voile
I’d love to try them all! She does a great job.
A new vero profumo fragrance is always something to wait ansiously. I can only imagine it will be gorgeous and rich as the rest of her line.
And we have a long wait…she is not prolific! I like that, actually.
Altough we didn’t have to wait so long after mito Robin (which at this moment is my favorite from her). I like that too, not many launches, but when she launches something you have to try it!
I guess not, but these days, 2 years seems long in comparison to what most brands are doing.
I guess you are right. In fact, today even 6 months is almost like an eternity to some brands…
This is really exciting! I’ve been on a rose tear lately, and I love Vero’s work.
Hope you’ll love it!
If anyone can get this rose averse woman to cast aside her prejudices then it’s Vero Kern. Those notes help too – tuberose, cassis, honey and labdanum? It will be a beauty.
I love rose scents and will have to give this a try. But I will be prepared for disappointment – all the other Veros smell like kerosene or gasoline on me.
Love rose and sandalwood, tuberose, not so much! But, I will likely be happy to give this a sniff, if it crosses my path!
I do note the different notes for edp and extrait. It seems uncommon to be up front about that, or am I mistaken? Seems like usually it’s just sold as “more intense.”
I think mainstream brands are generally becoming more forthright on this issue…the SAs often don’t follow suit though!
Yup — don’t trust the SA to know the difference in the notes in different concentrations!
I’d like to combine the two, but subtract the cassis and tuberose.