Coach Eau de Parfum

Coach Eau de Parfum - perfume for women

Coach Eau de Parfum by Coach - A floral fragrance for women that replaces the original 2007 Coach Signature perfume created under the Estee Lauder Companies. This vibrant feminine scent, created by perfumers Juliette Karagueuzoglou and Anne Flipo, includes notes of raspberry leaf, pink pepper, pear, Turkish rose, suede musk, and sandalwood. Housed in a new glass perfume bottle with the Coach horse and carriage logo embossed design, leather tag, gold accents, and peach juice. Launched in September 2016 and available in an eau de parfum spray and matching body products, this is the first fragrance developed under their new partnership with Inter Parfums Inc. Actress Chloe Grace Moretz is the model featured in the fragrance ad campaign photographed by Steven Meisel.

Coach Eau de Parfum Fragrance

Coach Eau de Parfum Perfume

Coach Eau de Parfum - fragrance info

Perfume House Coach
Introduced September 2016
Perfumer Juliette Karagueuzoglou
Anne Flipo
Scent Classification Floral
Fragrance Notes Top -- pear, raspberry leaf, pink pepper
Heart -- Turkish rose
Base -- suede musk, sandalwood
Package Design Glass bottle with Coach horse and carriage embossed logo, peach juice, gold accents and leather tag.
Print/TV Campaign Models - Chloe Grace Moretz (2016)
Photographer - Steven Meisel
Available Products Eau de Parfum 1 oz / $55, 3 oz / $95
Body Cream 5 oz

Coach Eau de Parfum Perfume Campaign


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Coach Eau de Parfum

"COACH New York Eau de Parfum is a fragrance full of contrasts inspired by the spontaneous energy and downtown style of New York City. Spirited and sparkling, yet sensual and feminine, it opens with bright, sparkling raspberry, which gives way to creamy Turkish roses, before drying down to a sensual suede musk base note." --coach.com

INTRODUCING COACH THE FRAGRANCE
Inspired by the spontaneous energy and downtown style of New York City. A fragrance full of contrasts - spirited and sparkling, yet sensual and feminine.

THE SCENTS
Coach Eau de Parfum opens with bright, sparkling raspberry, which gives way to creamy Turkish roses, before drying down to a sensual suede musk base note.

THE BODY CREAM
Infused with our Eau de Parfum fragrance, this luxuriously rich cream moisturizes skin and leaves it delicately scented.

THE CAMPAIGN
Shot by Steven Meisel, the campaign stars actress Chloë Grace Moretz, who perfectly captures the spirit and energy of Coach.

THE BOTTLE
The feminine oval bottle references many of our iconic codes - a spray cap shaped like a gold turnlock, a distinctive ebony and polished metal hangtag, and a horse and carriage logo engraved into the glass.

I wanted to create a fragrance that represents Coach's free-spirited attitude, crafting a scent that is individual, authentic and cool.

- Stuart Vevers

(Source: coach.com 11/16)

Coach Eau de Parfum
The Coach Eau de Parfum is inspired by the spontaneous energy and downtown style of New York City. A fragrance full of contrasts, opens with bright, sparkling raspberry, which gives way to creamy Turkish roses, before drying down to a sensual suede musk base note.

(Souce: interparfums.fr 11/16)

Coach Eau de Parfum - perfume editorials


Coach Eau de Parfum Perfume editorial Bazaar Find the Perfect Scent
Harper's Bazaar - November 2016
Coach Eau de Parfum

Find the Perfect Scent
Discover your new favorites with our personal style guide

Boho & Flirty
If your taste runs toward rock 'n' roll cool but with a girly edge, we suggest trying a sugary scent that has a bit of a bite. "These fragrances are playful and juicy," says [perfumer Ilias] Ermenidis. "I call them prismatic fruits - they're like a kaleidoscope." Go for luscious, tangy notes (raspberry, apricot, pear) mixed with soft florals (rose, peony, or freesia). If you want a more powerful scent, try one laced with white musk or cashmeran, a woody synthetic. For a creamier result, be on the lookout for ingredients not typically found in your garden, like almond milk and bio vanillin - a high-tech take on natural vanilla. Tip: Don't be quick to dismiss a perfume described as "sweet" before you smell it, advises [perfumer David Seth] Moltz. "It's not a great way to describe something." he says. "Sweet scents just need to be balanced. It's all about the proportions."

("Find the Perfect Scent." Harper's Bazaar Nov. 2016: 212-216)


Coach Eau de Parfum Perfume editorial Marie Claire Vanity Files
Marie Claire - September 2016
Coach Eau de Parfum

Vanity Files
The latest in fragrance, skincare, hair, and more.

In Bloom
A rose isn't always a rose. Four scents offer new takes on the perennially popular note.

(Goldstein, Jessica. "Beauty: Vanity Files." Marie Claire Sept. 2016: 202)




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