Filles des Iles Chic Collection ~ new perfumes

Filles des Iles Chic Collection

Hardouin-Finez's Filles des Iles line has launched the Chic Collection, comprising three new fragrances: Amber Chic, Flower Chic and Sugar Chic.

Amber Chic ~ a white floral developed by perfumer Delphine Lebeau; "The scent of a fresh sea breeze under the Caribbean sun, a sun's ray makes a warm cocoon like a white flower necklace effusing its soft fragrance."

Flower Chic ~ a fruity floral, also by perfumer Delphine Lebeau; "A delicious and bold scent of an exotic cocktail of citrus fruits, red fruits and hibiscus, fused to create the light sugary freshness of this tangy delight."

Sugar Chic ~ a floral gourmand developed by perfumer Irene Farmachidi; "A luscious and delectable scent which blends delicately fresh anise and voluptuous orange blossom. A light and sweet delicacy with a divine amber fragrance."

Filles des Iles Amber Chic, Flower Chic and Sugar Chic are available in 50 ml Eau de Toilette. (via fillesdesiles)

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  1. Daisy says:

    Whew! Just when I thought I’d NEVER find a “fresh but warm…..bold, yet light….luscious,delicate, fresh, sweet and yet divine….” scent for summer….. these people need to limit the amount of caffeine they imbibe prior to engaging in ad copy writing….

    okay, okay….these actually sound like they will be fun for the younger crowd….and by younger I mean 12-17 for the most part.

    • Robin says:

      At least they tried…see the Brooks Brothers ad copy.

      • KateReed says:

        Wow…it does sound like they kind of just ran out of steam there, didn’t they?

        • Robin says:

          Yup. Somebody spent a good 15 minutes on that!

          • Daisy says:

            sheesh, yep….they could have been doing something worthwhile…like clipping their toenails or something…

  2. Anna Stromberg says:

    Not the most interesting copy, but Sugar is interesting. Fresh anise is not your average dark fruits/patch combo, no?

    • Robin says:

      So long as it doesn’t skate too close to Lolita Lempicka, yes!

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