Presented as a chypre floral limited edition perfume in March last year, Ricci Ricci Dancing Ribbon is a flanker to 2009’s Ricci Ricci. Benefitting from a modified color scheme, in which the ribbon as painted in flame red, instead of pink shade featured in the first edition, this fragrance is once again fronted by the Canadian model Jessica Stam, in what looks like a heroine playing with her ribbon.
Like a perfume that was reportedly targeted at the modern, daring and naughty young woman, Ricci Ricci Dancing Ribbon was developed by a team of 2 perfumers, Aurelien Guichard and Jacques Huclier and comes only in 50 ml Eau de Parfum.
The perfume has an olfactory structure that features the classical pyramid, with its top, heart and base notes. The opening in Ricci Ricci Dancing Ribbon is represented by raspberry, ginger and rhubarb, with accent on the last note, which fights for prominence and is quite evident even in the mid development. After this impetuous beginning, the heart unveils a floral facet, highlighted by the accord of tuberose, juxtaposed to notes of Beauty of the Night and tuberose. Then, much later it is followed in the dry down by a base imbued with the warm and more personal aroma of sandalwood offset by a note of patchouli.
The flacon that contains Ricci Ricci Dancing Ribbon exhibits the same playful shape as the original, with the ribbon adorning both the flask and the packaging box. Overall, this fragrance will please the young women, in search for a mischievous perfume to go along with their vestimentary style.
Ricci Ricci Dancing Ribbon Nina Ricci Perfume Details
- Ricci Ricci Dancing Ribbon by Nina Ricci is available as Limited Edition in 50 ml Eau de Parfum Spray; the lasting power is below average (1 to 6 hours) and the sillage is good.
- Olfactory Group: Chypre Floral
- For: Women
- Year Introduced: 2011
- Perfumers: Aurelien Guichard and Jacques Huclier
- Recommended Wear: Day
- Dress Code: Casual
Jessica Stam Video for Ricci Ricci Dancing Ribbon Nina Ricci