Sarah Jessica Parker Stash SJP Privé

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American actress Sarah Jessica Parker is renowend for her role as Carrie Bradshaw in the  hit television series and subsequent films ‘Sex in the City’. Parker’s own personal style, and the fashion-obsessed personality of the television character she portrayed, led to oppertunities to model for Gap, and to create a line of clothing for – now defund – retailer Steve & Berry’s. Also Coty offered the actress, a life-long perfume lover, the oppertunity to launch her own fragrance. The result of this collaboration was Lovely, launched in 2005. The succes of this first fragrance has led to continuing partnership, which has let to a collection of scents.

To be honest, I am not a Sarah Jessica Parker perfume fan, yet have to admit that (most of) her perfumes are designed with small attention to details, as well as exquisite notes and a deep inspiration. This autumn, ‘Sex in the City’ actress Sarah Jessica Parker launches a new perfume, Stash SJP Privé, inspired by the ballet legacy of the Bolshoi Theater when she has visited Moscow. Sarah Jessica Parker Stash SJP Privé is a woody/aromatic perfume designed to please women, yet more girlish in my opinion.

Top notes: Grapefruit, Pink pepper, Quince
Heart: Maroccan orange blossom, Sage
Base: Musk, Birch wood, Haitian vertiver

Sarah Jessica Parker Stash SJP Privé opens to impress with tempting juicy fruity notes perfectly balanced with floral accords calmed on oriental/woody notes. It starts to impress with fresh grapefruit, quince, and spicy pink pepper along with floral notes of Moroccan orange blossom, sage calmed on a woody base made of birch wood, musk, Haitian vetiver accords.

Sarah Jessica Parker Stash SJP Privé is available as 30, 50 and 100ml Eau de Parfum.

 

Sarah Jessica Parker Stash SJP Privé

 

 

 

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