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Miller Harris' Perfumer's Library collection.
Bringing back old school scents.
The luxurious London-based fragrance company is launching a new set of core scents designed to be mixed and matched.
Le Jasmin, Tuberosa, Veti Vert, La Feuille, and Verger, the five scents which make up the “Perfumer’s Library” collection, were each inspired by a different year in perfumier Lyn Harris’s development.
The collection encompasses two decades of Harris’s pioneering work in the fragrance industry, bringing back natural and traditional ingredients to her concoctions, which are inspired by shifting seasons and varied elements from the natural world.
First up, Le Jasmin is a dewy white floral with fresh Sicilian lemons and bergamot notes. The feminine Tuberosa honors the classic tuberose flower, while Veti Vert is masculine, French and fresh. La Feuille is a fruity, green chypre secent, while Verger was inspired by the crisp, earthy smells of an orchard.
The idea of interchangable scent stories is a trend echoed in Salvatore Ferragamo’s recent announcement of four new Tuscan Soul fragrances, each one inspired by a different aspect of the famed Italian region.
Miller Harris is set to launch on Nov 1. – AFP Relaxnews
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