Les Infusions de Prada

Prada is launching Les Infusions de Prada, a new fragrance collection which includes 3 brand new releases and 3 relaunches. In the relaunch bunch we have the bestseller Infusion D’Iris, alongside Fleur D’Oranger and Vetiver. The new launches are Amande (almond), Oeillet (carnation) and Iris Cèdre (iris cedar).


The perfumer who created them is, once again, Daniela Andrier who worked closely with Miuccia Prada in order to develop an elegant and sophisticated collection of unisex fragrances, using high-quality ingredients. 

Each bottle, that we’ve already seen with the previous launches in this line, is available in a 100ml format. The bottles are adorned with Prada’s heritage crest and have been tinted to represent each individual fragrance and its main ingrediënt. Muted, pastel colours are assigned to the packaging which showcases a beautiful blend of modern and traditional. The bottles feature the original Prada blazon that was created in 1913 by Miuccia Prada’s grandfather.

The notes for each Inusion are:


Prada Infusion d’Iris: iris, Italian mandarin, Tunisian neroli, cedar and benzoin from Laos.


Prada Infusion de Fleur d’Oranger: Tunisian neroli, orange blossom from Morocco and from Tunisia, Indian tuberose and Indian Sambac jasmine.


Prada Infusion de Vetiver: Haitian vetiver, purple ginger, Tunisian neroli, Italian bergamot and Turkish rose.


Prada Infusion d’Iris Cedre: iris, cedar, Tunisian neroli, benzoin from Laos and Somali incense.


Prada Infusion d’Amande: bitter almond, heliotrope, tonka beans, musk and essence of anise.


Prada Infusion d’Oeillet: carnation, Australian sandalwood, styrax, Indonesian patchouli and mandarin essence.

Les Infusions de Prada will debut in France at Galeries Lafayette on May 18th, 2015.


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