Top Note: Bergamot, lemon, lime, grapefruit and mandarin oranges and has a touch of Mediterranean ocean breeze.
Middle Note: An anise flower accord combines with warm herbs such as laurel leaf, bay, black pepper, and clove with a hint of wormwood. Warm resinous olibanum aids the transition from the mid note to the base.
Base Note: Tonka beans, sensuous woods, rich amber and powdery musks support the fragrance.
Top Note: Grapefruit, citrus bouquet (tangerine, lime, lemon, orange bergamot) with a fresh dewy marine top, hint of green apple skins and violet leaf with the tanginess of black currant and rhubarb. Concentrated grapefruit extracts enhance the natural juicy citrus aspects. Szechwan pepper absolute takes a prominent stage, and tempers the bitterness of the grapefruit.
Middle Note: A floral heart of lily, freesia muguet, genet and rose absolute, with the mystery of jasmine, orchid and iris.
Base Note: A warm sweet resinous accord of benzoin, honey, wheat germ absolute enhanced with cedarwood, patchouli and sandalwood. Sexy warm musks complete and round the fragrance.
By: Bell Flavors and Fragrances
Posted: May 4, 2010
The perfumery and marketing teams at Bell Flavors and Fragrances put together a list of top trend concepts for 2010. Trends in the fashion, art, color, culture and entertainment industries were analyzed. Through these influences, Bell was able to select new fragrance notes/accords then matched them with consumer trends to create fragrance profiles for each note/accord.
Here is the top 10 list along with the fragrances that were developed for each trend:
Youthful—Grapefruit Rhubarb Rose Trend Definition: Young vibrant colors, fabrics and accords that make you feel young and light at heart. Fragrance We Developed: Juicilicious, a bright, light and lively feminine creation.
Androgynous—Seashore Driftwood Trend Definition: Styles that can work for both men and women. Fragrance We Developed: Illusion, androgynous blend of exotic materials to provide a sophisticated fragrance for him and her.
Shocking—White/Amber Trend Definition: Over the top. Fragrance We Developed: Love Kills Slowly, a Daring Creation for Women that brings the shock and ahhh to anyone's style.
Relaxed Traditional—Mahogany Vetiver Trend Definition: Sleek cuts with different fabrics has set a tone making the overall traditional style more relaxed. Fragrance We Developed: Yogalates, feminine floral creation that combines unique notes into a sophisticated setting.
Provocative—Absinthe Trend Definition: Shockingly sexy. Fragrance We Developed: @, it’s not a typo—this fragrance name is “@” because it mixes traditional fragrance accords with an unusual absinthe type twist.
Simplistically Fashionable—Mandarin/Orange Blossom Trend Definition: Functional and basic styles. A less is more mentality; get away from labels and sticking to trends. Fragrance We Developed: Simply Chic, brings the simple fashion of yesterdays elite into today's masses.
Planned Simplicity—Mojito Trend Definition: A Zen-like mentality, where everything has a natural flow. Fragrance We Developed: Simple Life, sexy clean sweet green notes make you ready for a few more Mojitos and '50s-style cars.
Dualism—Woody Iris Trend Definition: Having an appearance of one style but then could be interrupted in a completely different way, such as it is modern because it is retro. Fragrance We Developed: 2-sided, what for the dry down and your experience dualism at its best with this complex fragrance.
Transparent Fashion—Satin Wood Trend Definition: Going with a personalized style that is elegantly distinctive with classic basics. Fragrance We Developed: See thru Soul, beautiful top notes seduce your soul.
Bold Accents—Szechwan Pepper Trend Definition: Scaled down bling, loud vibrant yet tasteful trends with a bit of eccentricity. Fragrance We Developed: A Blurred Line, warm masculine notes, highlighted with a fresh in-your-face top note blend.
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