Anna Sui Secret Wish, Summer by Kenzo, Z Zegna & more new fragrances

Anna Sui Secret Wish perfumeAnna Sui has launched Secret Wish, a new musky fruity floral fragrance. Anna Sui explains the concept:

"With the way that the times are, we're all looking for a little fantasy," she said. "Fantasy is such an important part of my fashion, and it was an ideal concept for this brand."

Anna Sui Secret Wish is an Eau de Toilette created by perfumer Michel Almairac; the notes include lemon, tagete, melon, black currant, pineapple, florals, cedar, amber and musk. Matching body products are available. (quote via Women's Wear Daily, additional information via osmoz)

Summer by Kenzo perfumeTwo new releases are coming from Kenzo. Summer by Kenzo is "designed to recall the smell of sun-kissed skin". The fragrance was created by Alberto Morillas and features notes of bergamot, citron, violet, mimosa, almond milk, musk, amber, and styrax wood. Summer by Kenzo is an Eau de Parfum, and will be available in 20, 50 and 75 ml. (quote via cosmeticsint, additional information via Women's Wear Daily)

Also look for the similarly named Eau d'Ete Flower by Kenzo, a lighter, limited edition version of the regular Kenzo Flower fragrance, with notes of bergamot, rose, florals, musk, and vanilla. (via osmoz)

Ermenegildo Zegna Z Zegna fragrance for menZ Zegna, a new men's fragrance from Ermenegildo Zegna, has bergamot, rosemary, casoar fruit (a type of berry), iris, nutmeg, pepper, cashmere wood, patchouli, musk and oak moss. The perfumers for the "sporty" scent are Pierre Negrin, Antoine Lie and Olivier Gillotin. Z Zegna is an Eau de Toilette, and is available in 50, 100 and 200 ml and in matching grooming products. (via osmoz & Women's Wear Daily)

Guerlain has released the Eau Legere version of Habit Rouge, with notes of citrus, neroli, patchouli, vanilla, sandalwood, and musk. Also look for new packaging for Shalimar Eau Legere. (via absolufeminin)

Italian beauty company Medicea is preparing to launch Billionaire The Dream, a women's scent inspired by a nightclub on Sardinia. Notes include iris, freesia, cedar wood and musk. (via Women's Wear Daily)

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  1. Anonymous says:

    I am absolutelly in love with Kenzo's fragrances, especially all of the “leaf bottles”. I adore Parfum D'Ete which reminds me of my backyard full of trees with green, dewy leaves on a rainy day…

    Summer which is also in a leaf shaped bottle, is also one of my favorites, it reminds me of a bright, sunny, breezy day – it's delicate, beautiful scent makes You want to wake up and go enjoy Your day on a nice beach… I love the drydown with a roasted almond/milky note. Kenzo de Kenzo, a pebble shaped bottle, with leaves and a flower on top, is another fragrance beloved by me. The most beautiful top note of mandarine and orange blossom I've ever smelled. Then it dries down into a perfume that reminds me of an exotic, japanese garden, full of oriental trees with some spicy but delicate florals. The powdery/woodsy note makes it extremelly sexy. As You can see I am a kenzo lover, I recommend their fragrances a lot – As for Anna Sui I like her scents, they are a lot less complicated than kenzo but still nice, they don't bother me too much. Still, though, the best ones are by KENZO! Inspired by REAL nature!

  2. mals86 says:

    I didn’t care much for Summer – there was a note that reminded me of butter, and I was slightly disgusted at the concept of wearing butter, bleah. Just goes to show that you can’t rely on listed notes, because I thought this one would be up my alley. It wasn’t.

    I found the new version of Parfum d’Ete rather thin, but I think it might be good for layering if one wants sheer greens/light florals highlighted in another scent. The older version is very lovely, far more floral and therefore more to my taste.

    • Robin says:

      I adore Kenzo, but neither of those are favorites of mine…wish they were, I love those bottles too!

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