Louise Turner Fragrances

Roberto Cavalli by Roberto Cavalli – The Strength of a Woman

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The most recent olfactory creation from Roberto Cavalli and one of the perfumes with quite an aggressive marketing campaign is Roberto Cavalli by Roberto Cavalli, the new feminine fragrance developed under Cavalli’s new agreement with Coty. Sadly, this also marked the discontinuing of all Cavalli’s previous perfumes and what’s even sadder is the fact that, […]

Salvatore Ferragamo Incanto Pour Homme – An Aroma Different from Enchanting

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A couple of years ago I was very fond of Salvatore Ferragamo fragrances. I even bought Subtil Pour Homme and I considered the thought of purchasing their next launch when this was depleted, however replacing Subtil was not an easy task. Afterwards, my attention was captivated by 2009’s F by Ferragamo Black and I included […]

Love, Chloe – The Lost Femininity

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Introduced at the beginning of 2010, Love, Chloe is a floral woody musk feminine fragrance, based on rice, lilac and iris accords. The scent was developed by 2 perfumers Louise Turner and Nathalie Gracia-Cetto and the description on the official website mentions about “a celebration of radiant, generous, spontaneous femininity”. Moreover, this “concentrate of emotions” […]

Chloe Eau de Fleurs Capucine – The Luxury of a Green Essence

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In February 2010, the house of Chloe introduced a collection of 3 fragrances named “Eau de Fleurs” including: Capucine, Lavande and Neroli. The development was executed with a careful selection for natural materials and in light of this “Eau de Fleurs” represents a reverence to the 3 essences: lavender, nasturtium (Capucine is the French name […]

Fahrenheit 32 Dior – The Frozen White of Ice

Fahrenheit 32 Dior

This represents the light version of the 1998’s Fahrenheit Dior and was introduced in 2007 as a spring fragrance in the oriental woody olfactory group. Fahrenheit 32 was created by the Dior’s in-house perfumer Francois Demachy, who worked with perfumer Louise Turner. The name suggest the frozen white of the ice, given by the fact […]