Introducing the London Blooms collection, a trio of limited edition Jo Malone scents. Adorned by exquisite botanical drawings by artist and gardener Heather Maunders, the limited edition fragrances reflect the spirit of modern British gardens, designs that may look laid back and haphazard (think Cottage Gardens) but incredibly beautiful and visually inspiring to feast your eyes upon and you will feel the same about these fragrances. Created by Master Perfumer, Christine Nagel, shares these fragrances make her feel “happy and poetic.”
The three fragrances are:
- Iris & Lady Moore: A mingling between spicy-fresh, common-or-garden geranium and noble iris, powdery and poised. Brought together on dry-grass base of vetiver. Two characterful purple florals, rustling above an elegant dry-grass bed of vetiver. I really loved this fragrance mix. It has the right mix of garden freshness and soft floral prettiness, my pick of the bunch.
- White Lilac & Rhubarb: A daring juxtaposition. Tart-vibrant rhubarb cuts through the soft lilac, rose and sun-loving heliotrope. A celebration of seductive contrasts beloved by modern gardeners it leaves you feeling like you are walking through a beautiful garden with freshly cut grass, mixed with the rich moist earthiness of the soil and touched delicately by the freshness of the rain.
- Peony & Moss: Contrasting the dainty and the dirty. The gossamer lightness of delicate peonies grounded in the earthy green of the moss. Laced with cordial-intense cassis. Encircled with ivy. A fragrance of gossamer lightness, grounded in rich verdancy. (This scent wasn’t available for me to smell unfortunately).
These three limited edition fragrances come with beautiful botanical drawings on the front of the bottle, are available now RRP$170 for 100mL from Jo Malone counters or online, visit Jo Malone’s website.
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