The third perfume launched by the famous (and controversial as well!) English supermodel Kate Moss, arrived on the market in September 2008, as a floral woody musk advertised with the tagline “Embrace the night”. The perfume was developed by perfumer Emilie (Bevierre) Coppermann from Symrise and reportedly was not introduced on the US market.
My wife received as a gift Kate by Kate Moss her debut fragrance and since it seemed quite interesting for the mass market label attached to it, I imagined Velvet Hour could not be further from its predecessor. As a result, after giving up to my appeal, my wife accepted to sample this perfume of her wrist.
This occasion offered me some interesting conclusions, which I am about to share with you in the following. Velvet Hour starts off with a pungent spicy-floral mix of black pepper and freesia that offered a boost for the upcoming phases. Later, as the initial notes subside and the scent entered its mid development stage, am exquisite heart was unveiled, shaped from the accords of cashmere incense, nutmeg and patchouli that behaved excellent on her skin. Following a couple of hours in the dry down, I detected an amber-woody facet, highlighted by accord of amber, sandalwood, ebony and wood.
The flacon that holds Velvet Hour is made from blue transparent glass and exhibits a complicated shape, and topped by a stopper in the same color scheme. Overall, Velvet Hour is a fragrance ideal for a woman in the 18-36 group of age, characterized by an above medium sense of fashion and the desire to be observed.
Kate Moss Velvet Hour Perfume Details
- Velvet Hour by Kate Moss is available in 15, 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette Spray; the lasting power is below average (1 to 6 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Floral Woody Musk
- For: Women
- Year Introduced: 2008
- Perfumer: Emilie (Bevierre) Coppermann
- Recommended Wear: Evening
- Dress Code: Casual