Fragrance Friday|Miu Miu Eau De Parfum – The Art of Application Happy Friday
Fragrance Friday is here with a little art and inspiration from Miu Miu Eau De Parfum – The Art of Application Happy Friday!
I have always been a Miu Miu fan from the clothes, to accessories and now the Miu Miu Eau de Parfum scent. The Eau de Parfum starts with an elegant, sensual floral—lily of the valley—composed of real jasmine, real rose absolute, and synthetic green notes. I hope this is my secret Sant stocking this year.
The soft, fresh, ingénue scent is set against a deep earth-toned background: the wood and pepper of akigalawood, an extract of patchouli. The akigalawood adds a rich, brooding mystery to the subtle sparkle of the floral. The surprising combination feels natural and timeless—flower and earth—but the effect created by the multifaceted process is utterly contemporary.
Like the fragrance itself, the Miu Miu bottle is a contradiction in terms. The sensual bottle, soft blue-pillowed opaque glass with a white matte collar is simultaneously traditional and pop. The translucent red disk gives a playful, graphic quality; the warm tone complements the cool of the bottle.
Star Anise, Ginger, Green Lily of the Valley, Blooming Lily of the Valley, Jasmine Petal, Rose, Akigalawood, Sandal Wood, Nirvanolide.
Feminine. Youthful. Sophisticated.
Whatever you’re doing this weekend, don’t forget the most important accessory, Miu Miu Eau De Parfum.
And remember that as a Miu Miu girl, it’s all in the art of application.