Summer is officially here, and we have rounded up a couple of summer appropriate fragrances you might want to consider exploring this season! From clean sustainable brand, Bon Parfumeur to family owned Italian fragrance house, Tiziana Terenzi - scroll down for more.
Tiziana Terenzi — Poggia
Poggia comes from the Italian verb for to rest. A term used in sailing and maritime circles, it means to bear away, to voluntarily move the bow of the boat away from the direction in which the wind blows, giving the boat itself a greater thrust and stronger acceleration. Poggia embodies the spirit of this acceleration, enhancing the subtle sensuality of the hot summer wind to diffuse the generous and persistent fragrance.
Histories de Parfums — This Is Not A Blue Bottle 1.2
On the watery and transparent whiteness of a base of Hedione and Musk, an Ylang-Ylang and Lilac accord pops. The first is devoid of any animal inflexions and offer a solar and narcotic profile whilst the second, met with the bubbly freshness of a Lily of the Valley stem, softens with pastel hues a luminous overture of citrus ivy.
Bon Parfumeur — Eau de Parfum 203: Raspberry, Vanilla and Blackberry
Sparkling, the citric top notes combine amazingly well with the fruitiness of the pear. Red fruit facets are also present. The meeting point between the two noble flowers rose and jasmine magnifies this blend. The middle note, warmed with a sunny mix and the caramelized fruits gives the fragrance its roundness and its “gourmet notes”. The base brings together the strong vanilla, musk, and cedar notes.
Maison Margiela — Sailing Day
SAILING DAY is the memory of a day on a boat by the ocean. The freshness of the sea spray and the wind on your face. The soft warmth of the sun on your back. The communion with the endless and deep ocean.
Perris Monte Carlo — Bergamotto di Calabria
Bergamotto di Calabria is a return to bergamot's origins and to the traditional techniques used to seize the best of raw materials. Found and grown exclusively in Calabria, Southern Italy, along the Ionian Coast, the freshness of this bergamot is enriched, making it more persistent, and much more energetic