Spring Night

Spring Night

When spring season arrives, it is all about colors, blossom flowers and sunny days. Therefore we decided to show you a different side of spring: The nocturnal, melancholic and slumberous part, represented with the most mesmerizing scents.

1.Black Orchid, Tom Ford. A great combination of blasting Mexican chocolate, a bit of tuber and a bunch of luxurious flowers -including the orchid- orchestrate a sensual fragrance with a hint of timeless. Perfect to wear for the most exclusive events of the season.

2.Mr. Burberry Eau de Parfum, Burberry. A fragrance aimed for the urban young sophisticated gentlemen. The top notes of grapefruit and mint give the needed freshness for spring, meanwhile the vetiver adds that classic english dandy’s scent, making it ideal for a party-night.

3.Myrrh & Tonka, Jo Malone. The eccentricity of two ingredients blended in one bottle. One is the ancestral resin of myrrh, and the other the spiciness of the black tonka bean. As a result, Jo Malone gives us a powerful aromatic fragrance with a warm scent that revives a sky night full of stars.

4.Bleu de Chanel, Chanel. This fragrance reminds a foggy spring night in the woods. Soft, mysterious and gentle are equivalent to the accords of grapefruit, ginger and cedar. Once again Chanel shows us how to express a timeless savoir-faire in any product.

5.Spice Bomb Cologne, Viktor & Rolf. Explosive and intense are the words who works perfect to explain this aroma. The wide mix of spice notes: Pink Pepper, cinnamon, paprika and tobacco, are some of the key ingredients to achieve a forceful scent. Excellent to wear during an outdoor festivity.

Photography: Vanessa Nieves @vanessanievesvazquez

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