Salvatore Ferragamo – The Signorina New Year Edition

Salvatore-Ferragamo-Signorina-New-Year-Edition

Let the countdown to the Lunar New Year begin with a splash of Signorina New Year Edition. The iconic flacon remains the same, and again, Italian fashion house Savatore Ferragamo favors the color red for their holiday edition, launching a new collector’s flacon to celebrate the holidays. After the red Signorina In Rosso from 2016, which was decorated with a red bow and packed in a scented box, the emphasis is again on the passionate color of red that perfectly fits Ferragamo’s New Year’s Signorina.

The city comes alive and Signorina is dressed in an elegant dress, a timeless classic embellished with an opulent velvet Vara bow.

Signorina New Years Edition is launched to celebrate the holidays and is intended for fans and collectors of the Signorina fragrances. The original release of Signorina was in 2011 with the intention of offering a chic, sophisticated, and very modern composition for young women. Currently, the Signorina collection includes numerous successors and collector flacons.

Salvatore-Ferragamo-Signorina-New-Year-Edition-FlaconCreated by perfumers Sophie Labbe and Juliette Karagueuzoglou, the Signorina fragrance is conceived as a floral-fruity and sophisticated gourmand. The fragrance plays with top notes of sparkling pink pepper and redcurrants, whilst the heart blossoms with rose, peony and jasmine. Finally, the sensuality of musk, patchouli and delicious creamy pannacotta blend to form the base.

This years Salvatore Ferragamo Signorina New Years Edition available in a limited edition flacon of 50ml Eau de Toilette. Come into the beautiful world of Salvatore Ferragamo.

 

 

 

 

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