Miu Miu L’Eau Rosee

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Founded in 1993, as part of the Prada group, Italian fashion house Miu Miu is all about the power of contradictions suprises, conceptual short circuits, the result is sensual as it is intellectual avant-garde, often provacative, ut never obvious. Miu Miu is characterized by a verystrong identity and an independent creative development. Evolved along the years, the Miu Miu alphabet has been in accelaration when the label begam showing their collections in Paris. Stressing both couture savoire-faire and playful experimentalism, Miu Miu explores fasion with a big F, giving elegance and sophistication a twisted a twisted meaning.

In 2015 Miu Miu launched their first fragrance. Miuccia Prada wanted to intertwin the provocative, attractive spirit of the brand Miu Miu into the composition and the design of the fragrance flacon. Prada helped develope the first Miu Miu fragrance and to design the very atractive flacon. A year later they launced their second fragrance L’Eau Bleue. Now they introduces a new perfume for women with a pleasant floral aroma to please a wearer the whole day. Miu Miu L’Eau Rosee is, like both Miu Miu previous fragrances, composed by famous perfumer Daniela Andrier as an aromatic/floral and a bit soft spicy perfume.

Top notes: Chassis
Heart: Lily of the Valley
Base: Musk

The new perfume is announced as a soft floral scent infused with a nice and aromatic bouquet of flowers with the main sensual Lily of the Valley accord. Supplemented with additional blackcurrant buds and wrapped in notes of sophisticated musk. The effect is to be said freshness encapsulated representing a stylish spring breeze scent.

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Miu Miu L’Eau Rosee preserves the same beautiful bottle design as the original Miu Miu perfume launched in 2015, yet this time coming in a pale pink color bottle with a pink top.

Miu Miu L’Eau Rosee is available as 10, 30, 50 and 100ml Eau de Toilette.

 

 

 

 

 

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