Prada Infusion de rose, fragrance
Prada Infusion de rose - eau de parfum for women
Prada Infusion de Rose - Limited edition fragrance launched March 2011, include Bulgarian and Turkish Rose. The package design decorated with James Jean's "Trembled Blossom" design.
|Perfumer||Daniela Andrier (Givaudan)|
|Fragrance Notes||Bulgarian Rose, Turkish Rose, Sicilian Mandarin, Peppermint, Brazilian Maté, Laotian Beeswax|
Scents We Love - Prada Infusion de Rose ($105) mingles rose, tea, and honey - sweet but sexy.
(Parnass, Alexandra. "What's New." Harper's Bazaar Apr. 2011: 162.)
Spring Awakenings - A powdery, feminine mix of Bulgarian and Turkish rose, refreshing peppermint, and smoky South American maté leaf. Prada Infusion de Rose, $105 for 3.4 oz.; neimanmarcus.com.
("O, Beautiful." The Oprah Magazine Apr. 2011: 110.)
Garden Party - You don't need a green thumb to enjoy lush blooms this season. Even the latest crop of spring scents is coming up roses...floral scents that mix the sensual bud with lighter ingredients like lotus blossom and sparkling citrus. The result: airy, feminine fragrances that don't scream grandma. Prada Infusion de Rose Eau de Parfum, $105, prada.com for stores.
(Chao, Ning. "Garden Party." Marie Claire Apr. 2011: 100.)
Rosy Outlook - Rose is the most traditional fragrance note -- but not all rose scents are predictable. For Prada Infusion de Rose, Bulgarian and Turkish roses are punched up with mandarin, peppermint, and Brazilian mate (a smoky green leaf). We asked women at the Stone Rose lounge in New York City to inhale the designer bouquet. "It's playful, and it doesn't smell like an old lady. But I probably wouldn't wear this at night," Megan, junior banking associate. "This scent is crisp, with a little musk; it reminds me of an open field and fresh flowers," Erin, teacher. "I would give this scent to my mom to wear on a night out. It has an older, classy feel to it," Alice, student.
(Caporimo, Alison. "Beauty Reporter." Allure Mar. 2011: 82.)
Wild Roses - Powdery, soft, sweet -- you may thing you know what a rose smells like, but these new blooms aren't exactly garden variety. This spring perfumers are reinvigorating the classic note with unexpected pairings. Think petals crushed with crisp mint leaves (Prada), saturated in tart citrus (Issey Miyake and David Yurman), and layered between vibrant lychee and apple blossom (Marc Jacobs). Go ahead, take a whiff. Prada Infusion de Rose eau de parfum, $105/3.4 oz.; at Neiman Marcus.
("Beauty: Fragrance." InStyle Mar. 2011: 364.)