Nina Ricci has launched L'Air du Paradis, a new 'joyous interpretation' of 1948's L'Air du Temps.
And then a sublime bird of paradise takes on the colours of the doves of L’Air du Temps.
Nina Ricci unveils L’Air du Paradis evoking the scents of an exotic garden. A solar and fizzy perfume, blooming in the heart of a colorful paradise, lighted by the vivacity of the passion fruit and soothed by the delicateness of jasmine. The bottle takes on the orange shades of a sunset and is slipped into a case illustrated by the artist Martyna Zoltaszek.
L'Air du Paradis was developed by perfumer Calice Becker. Additional notes include kaffir lime, frangipani, driftwood and solar accord.
Nina Ricci L’Air du Paradis is a limited edition. It can be found now at Nocibe in France, in 50 ml Eau de Toilette.
(quote via airfrancemagazine, additional information via mujerhoy, nocibe)
Haha at first glance I thought this post was published twice, because the packaging of the other Nina Ricci looks almost identical.
Plus, I think they have done maybe too many versions of L’Air du Temps lately…hard to keep them all straight!
I hope this one is easier to find than those fabulous-sounding expensive variations from a year or so ago.
I suspect it won’t be, in the US at least…