Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Youth Dew

Nina Ricci L’Air du Temps has been a classic French scent since it launched in 1948. But while iconic scents will forever hold their own, there’s always a new generation to entice. After reviewing 70 scents offered from various perfumers, the company settled on a floral gourmand with candied apple as the heart note, complemented by lemon and peony (which give the perfume class, according to global marketing director Marjerie Barbes-Petit), and simply called it Nina by Nina Ricci (from $62, at department stores).
This new fragrance will be the (candied) apple of your eye.
By Lesa Hannah
Photography by Carlo Mendoza.

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