Hermès Twilly d’Hermès

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Maison Hermès is founded in 1837 by Thierry Hermès. Originally focused on equestrian accessories, the company has evolved over time into leather handbags, scarves, accessories, fashion and fragrance. For Hermès, the perfume adventure begins in 1951 with Eau d’Hermès, composed by Edmond Roudnitska, one of the greatest creative spirits of the world of fragrances. Sinds then Hermès crafts exquisite, eponymous and mouth-watering perfumes with delicate and beautiful designs.

Hermès Twilly d’Hermès is a new flamboyant fragrance for women with a fresh floral aroma. The name and inspiration are pulled from the iconic narrow silk scarves available in colorful prints that represent a carefree yet glamorous fashion accessory. Even though it is designed to please more the younger generation, it can also be an extremely popular among the elder generation due to its unpredictable spirit.

Top notes: Ginger
Heart notes: Tuberose
Base notes: Sandelwood

Created by Christine Nagel, Hermès Twilly d’Hermès has a composition around three main ingredients: Ginger – its fresh and spicy character allegedly possesses a soapy quality in this composition, Tuberose – a sweet, creamy and opulent flower that we expect to be more transparent in this interpretation, something along the way of orange blossom, and Sandalwood – warm and sweet, it gives an oriental signature to the base of the perfume. It is supposed to be spicy and sharp as the beginning, yet sweet and warm at the end due to sandalwood accords. Twilly d’Hermès has a pretty design featuring a silky ribbon around the cap with a colorful Twilly d’Hermès pattern.

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A square glass bottle, rounded on the edges, comes in a mild color of peach with the famous black hat-like stopper. The perfume bottle features a silky ribbon around the neck with a colorful Twilly d’Hermès pattern.

Hermès Twilly d’Hermès is available from September 2017 as a 30, 50 and 85 ml Eau de Parfum.

 

 

  

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