French niche line Lubin has launched Magda, the third fragrance in the Portraits de Femmes collection.
Magda is the muse of young poets. On Tuesday evenings, she sometimes sits around Mallarmé’s small round table on rue de Rome. Craving perfection, uncompromising and curious, she fills the small living room with her exotic presence. Her voice fuels her words and her sensual aroma enchants the circle of poets. Yet soon, Magda will leave to return to her land brimming with flowers and fruit. There, in her garden of wild tuberoses, she will bring life to the words of a new book.
Magda was developed by perfumer Delphine Thierry. The notes for the fruity floral tuberose include pomegranate, cherry, blackcurrant, mandarin, tuberose, orange blossom, gardenia, cinnamon, amaretto accord, sandalwood, Peru balsam and vanilla.
Lubin Magda is available now at Aedes, $190 for 100 ml Eau de Parfum.
Magda is 100% a Polish name given to women.
In this case, apparently, she lives where tuberoses grow wild
Sounds great except for the tuberose, will sample just in case it’s not too noticeable.
And if turns out to be a tuberose bomb, tell me and I’ll want it
I had the same reaction! But it is Lubin, so it automatically goes on my want-to-try list and I will it 3x as many tries to see if I like than I would for anything else.
I feel like maybe there is a CP in there: wear something from a house or a line whose new releases you will try no matter what, even if you know you won’t like it from the description?
I feel that way with Frederic Malle
I like the CP suggestion.
Sounds really good to me as well.