Perfumer Daniela Andrier collaborated with Miuccia Prada to create a collection of elegant and sophisticated unisex fragrances. Each fragrance is an interpretation of natural ingredients and the contrast between traditionalism and modernity. The fragrances of this collection were launched as limited editions. The Infusion collection from Italian fashion house Prada began in 2007 with Infusion d’Iris.
In 2015, Prada returns this collection as permanent. It presents six fragrances: the re-launched Infusion d’Iris, Infusion de Fleur d’Oranger from 2009 and Infusion de Vertiver from 2010, and three editions Infusion d’Iris Cèdre Prada, Infusion d’Amande and Infusion d’Oeillet from 2015.
Now Prada presents its new version of their popular perfume Prada Infusion de Rose (2011). The new edition resembles much the original perfume launched in 2011 – an infusion of a delicate and adorable bouquet of flowers.
However, the new Prada Infusion de Rose perfume still has its new point of view and a more updated composition. This perfume blends one of the finest and aromatic roses in the world: Turkish and Bulgarian roses along with neroli, galbanum and a fresh mandarin notes.
Inspired by the uncanny juxtaposition of the real and the imaginary, the feminine and the masculine, the precious and the mundane, Prada Olfactories is the latest 10-piece collection of unisex fragrances from Miuccia Prada’s iconic design house. Created by expert perfumer Daniela Andrier, each concoction awakens the senses with their contradictory elements.
Bottled in clear glass flacons, with sky-blue plaques, and midnight-blue caps, representing night and day, and with names like Purple Rain (representing a link between land and sky, heaven and humanity), Tainted Love (a playful and charming celebration of synthetic allure), and Pink Flamingos (the scent of fluorescent pink blossoms) they’re as imaginative as they are beautiful. Each fragrance comes with its own Prada-stamped silk pouch and surreal collage, which Daniela has described as representing a dream.
“The accompanying visual collages on each of the fragrances represent a dream”, she told Vanity Fair, “dreams are really impressions when you awake. The colours and feeling are all broken up in one’s mind, and that’s how these fragrances were constructed, that these are possibly memories that belong to them, the consumers”. Distributed exclusively, Prada Olfactories are available in some Prada Boutiques and through select high-end retailers. It’s what dreams are made of.
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