F. Scott Fitzgerald once wrote, "How the unforgettable faces of dusk would blend to her, the myriad footsteps, a thousand overtures, would blend to her footsteps; and there would be more drunkenness than wine in the softness of her eyes…faint violins drifting like summer sounds upon the autumn air."
Similarly evocative of the scented air that marks the passing of summer days, the waning of warm weather as autumn approaches, is Acqua di Parma’s new Magnolia Nobile. Part of the Le Nobile collection of women's fragrances inspired and interpreted by a single exceptional and emblematic flower, it is a chic and stylish expression of ‘la dolce vita’ lifestyle that has become synonymous with the Acqua di Parma brand.
The magnolia is a timeless flower - symbolic of classic femininity. Magnolia Nobile is the first woman’s perfume to debut in over five years and is an understated and elegant symbol of the magnolias that reign
over some of the most celebrated gardens of the historic stone villas that line the shores of Lake Como, Italy.
Top notes of Italian bergamot, lemon and citron open for a fragrant floral bouquet of Bulgarian rose, jasmine and tuberose. The entire composition rests upon a base of a green woody accord enhanced with notes of patchouli, vetiver, sandalwood and vanilla.
The range will consist of: 3.4 oz/100ml EDP Spray for $165; and 1.7oz/50ml EDP Spray $105 - available at NeimanMarcus.com.
- Michelyn Camen
Camen is a New York City based fragrance specialist and the owner of FifthSense N.Y.C. where she consults for luxury, beauty and fragrance companies. She also provides personalized fragrance evaluations based on body chemistry, psychology, fashion, and lifestyle. She is an Editor for Fragrantica.com, the Fragrance Columnist for UptownSocial.net, the former Senior Contributing Writer for Sniffapalooza Magazine, New in Niche Columnist for Basenotes and Editorial Director/Fragrance Editor for Beauty News NYC & LA. Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or Michelyn AT Fashiontribes DOT com.
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