Atelier Cologne will launch Lemon Island, a new fresh aquatic fragrance.
This fragrance contains notes of salty jasmine from India and warm vanilla from Madagascar that blend together in harmony to create a truly unique solar aquatic scent. This perfume also features notes of green lemon from Rodrique, an island in the middle of the Indian Ocean, which are used in perfume for the first time.
"The warmth of the island, the scent of your skin after bathing in the ocean and wearing sunscreen. There is something sensual, sunny, and happy at the same time."—Sylvie Ganter, Founder Atelier Cologne
Atelier Cologne Lemon Island will be available at Sephora, in 10, 30, 100 or 200 ml Cologne Absolue.
I like me some Atelier Cologne but I haven’t yet tried the Osmanthus one.
I cannot even remember, but I don’t think I have either. But you are more of a fan than I am
I hear you
I found the osmanthus one to be nearly identical to Dolce & Gabbana Light Blue, which was not at all what I expected from the description. Several reviewers on the Sephora website made the same observation.
If I run across a rollerball……. #GetInMyBasket
If you go to Sephora I should think you will run into a rollerball! Not sure when this will be in stores, but once it’s online it’s usually within a few weeks.
Hi Robin, This brand has travel size 10 ml spray bottles for $30 and not rollerballs, which I’m glad for since I much prefer sprays.
You are right, and I kinda knew that since I’ve bought one in the past! Thanks for the correction.
That sounds like it could be really nice. Intrigued.
I’m surprised Atelier hasn’t tackled lemon yet, they’ve been all over the citrus spectrum by now and I feel it probably is most complementary of all with their typical Atelier base that is so present in all their fragrances. I own and love all of their citrus ones except for orange sanguine, which I owned but did not love. This lemon will also likely soon be adorning my citrus collection shelf.
My gut reaction was, “That’s the name you picked?” Sounds like it may smell nice, though.
Haha I feel like every Atelier ends up working for me (rarely a love, but always a like), so I don’t even really pay attention to the names or descriptions.
I’m a sucker for citrus in general, but I feel my affection for the Atelier brand has dimmed as their catalogue has expanded. I liked the initial entries the best, and especially loved Orange Sanguine and Grand Néroli; the last one I really admired was Pomélo Paradis; Pacific Lime left me kind of cold. (Jasmin Angélique I liked more than I thought I would.)
I thought the previous lemon entry, Citron d’Érable, just sounded ill-conceived. Maybe a “solar aquatic” (whatever that is) lemon will prove to be genius, but I’m not optimistic.