Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle, Azzaro’s new Parisian fragrance
If Azzaro is a luxury brand particularly recognized for its masculine fragrances, it seems that the latter has for some time been reconnecting with its first love: the feminine universe. Thus, Azzaro created in 2015 a perfume named Mademoiselle Azzaro . However, at the start of 2017, it returns in a brand new version more Parisian and glamorous than ever. Prepare to be intoxicated by the playful and romantic beauty of the new Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle.
The Parisian universe of Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle
If Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle is indeed a unique perfume, it is part of the same universe as its predecessor, simply named Mademoiselle. It is a juice capable of illuminating in a single breath the grayness of the Parisian streets, rather revealing the capital to us in its most beautiful aspect, as if illuminated by a spring sun bordering the terraces of the cafes. Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle is a fragrance that can be worn like an Azzaro-branded chiffon dress. It is an essence synonymous with the great outdoors, chic and elegance. Thanks to him, the Parisienne displays a relaxed nature, like an ideal of style and savoir-vivre. The charming and disarming femininity of Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle is almost disconcerting in beauty. It is a fragrance designed for a flirtatious, irresistible woman,
Azzaro’s jewel bottle
The whole then results in a bottle similar to a real jewel. Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle resumes in many ways the look of her elder brother. This one is faceted like a jewel and its transparent glass this time reveals a pretty purple color echoing the presence of purple macaron in its composition. The set is also topped with a gray satin bow evoking the iconic stitching codes of the Azzaro brand. Finally, a chromed metal cabochon overcomes the whole as if to give it more modernity.
The romantic flavor of the new Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle
Once again, Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle is signed by perfumer Karine Dubreuil, designer already at the origin of the first part of the collection. Having grown up in Grasse, she immersed herself in the world of perfumery very early on. Born of a French grandmother and another Italian grandmother, it is a bit of these two cultures that we find here. Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle thus conveys the image of a French woman revisited by the hands of an Italian brand. This juice opens with a very fruity flight made from red fruits. The tangy blueberry clearly dominates the whole before being relayed by a more floral heart. In addition, Mademoiselle L’Eau Très Belle places jasmine and hawthorn at the center of its composition. The whole then ends with more gluttony,