Chloe Santalum & Violette ~ new fragrances :: Now Odor This

Chloé has added two new fragrances to the Atelier des Fleurs assortment, Santalum and Violette, bringing the whole within the collection to 17.

[Santalum and Violette] are formulated with 100{ee0feca27211f0eaf803d21cbde7ef11fec4fffe2faf8ab1430f1d145a68bbcc} natural-origin uncooked supplies, pure alcohol, and water – all high-quality supplies chosen with care. Vegan and freed from synthetic colorings and filters, every scent is completely aligned with Chloé’s dedication to scale back its environmental affect. […] The design has been created in a extra accountable means due to using lower-impact supplies: 15{ee0feca27211f0eaf803d21cbde7ef11fec4fffe2faf8ab1430f1d145a68bbcc} of the glass from the bottle and 40{ee0feca27211f0eaf803d21cbde7ef11fec4fffe2faf8ab1430f1d145a68bbcc} of the paper from the field are created from recycled supplies.

Santalum ~ “To compose her velvety, wealthy scent, Marypierre Julien was impressed by a sandalwood fan that her grandmother introduced again from a visit to Australia. She recollects how this treasured merchandise would fragrance a room with every wave of the hand. Stuffed with woody notes and milky accents, this unique perfume has turned sandalwood into an emblem of sensuality, capturing all of its sweetness, smoothness and timeless class.”

Violette ~ “Perfumer Fanny Bal nonetheless remembers, as clear as day, the second in her childhood when she turned captivated by the violets blossoming in her household’s backyard. For Chloé, she has drawn upon this sturdy reminiscence to create a perfume that melds powdery notes of violet with a fragile trace of freshness. This composition evokes the scent of just lately blossomed petals in nature, as gorgeously discreet as its namesake flower, the epitome of modesty.”

Chloé Santalum and Violette can be found in 50 and 150 ml Eau de Parfum.

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