The brand conjures up a single image: the epitome of Italian chic, and pricey - but not precious.
Miuccia Bianchi Prada started breathing life back into House of Prada when she joined the family business (run by her mother) in 1970. In 1978, she unveiled the classic Prada backpack: simple, sleek, and fabricated from black nylon, and by 1985, it was an overnight sensation. In a decade of excess, the Prada bag was functional, sturdy, practical, and yet still fashionable; unlike the frou frou fantasy collections of the moment, the Prada aesthetic was wearable, yet distinctive.
Prada entered the fragrance market in 2004 with the intoxicating Prada Ambree, a sensual amber fragrance that captured the very "essence" of a woman. Since then, Prada's fragrances have varied, but are all united by signature base accord that is quintessential to the brand.
L’Eau Ambrée joins the Prada Classic family of Amber, Amber Intense and Amber pour Homme. The transparency of the top notes of fresh citron and the feminity of the heart rose enhance the sensual amber base; with its evocative ambery drydown based on patchouli, vanilla and opoponax, it's a fresh twist and completely modern interpretation of the classic scent.
Purchase L’Eau Ambrée at NeimanMarcus.com in 30ml/1 oz, 50ml/1.7 oz, 80ml/2.7 oz or 80ml rechargeable. It is also available as a Hydrating Body Lotion (200ml/6.75 oz), Body Cream (200ml/6.75 oz), Bath & Shower Gel (200ml/6.75 oz), and Body Powder with Puff (100g/3.5 oz)- Michelyn Camen
(Prada L’Eau Ambrée campaign photograph - Steven Meisel).
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