Rouge Bunny Rouge Chatoyant, Lilt & Vespers ~ new perfumes

Rouge Bunny Rouge Chatoyant fragrance

Beauty brand Rouge Bunny Rouge has launched Fragrance Confections, a new collection with three personal fragrances: Chatoyant, Lilt and Vespers.

Buried deep below the Enchanted Garden, accessible only through a winding maze of caves lies the Vault of Captured Memories. Behind a multitude of invulnerable doors, the Connoisseurs of Scent work tirelessly over their luscious spoils. Gathering the mists of memories and emotions from baffled senses, they harness the vapours into innumerable flacons of glass. 

[...] The Fragrant Confections of CAPTURED MEMORIES are inspired by these preternatural vapours. Each of RBR’s three compelling and emotive scents, Lilt, Chatoyant and Vespers, ensure transient, marvellous moments in the Enchanted Garden breath through the senses again...

Chatoyant (shown) ~ "Fine-spun lemon, cocooned in rising bergamot bubbles, causes initial raptures of purring delight. A fleeting flash of citrus and milky fresh coconut-like tones announce orchid’s arrival. With a gigantic presence this flower in majestic repose summons preternatural weaving of jasmine, lily of the valley and rose. Polished facets of sandalwood and cedarwood embedded with radiant vanilla and musk, assert a cool, sensual touch in the dry down."

Lilt ~ "The illusion is cast of a garden ravaged by storm, where wafts of bruised petals strewn along paths, draw you in. Here at the heart of the fragrance a beguiling seduction starts. Fresh, fig leaves and succulent, sun-warmed peach are revealed through transparent veils of dry, powdery coco, frosted violets and overgrown with bitter green....Basking in the warmth of the skin, the aromatic mantle of earth, fruit, leaf and flower is bound by soothing musk and smoky vetiver in the dark wake of this beautifully enigmatic scent."

Vespers ~ "In the heart of the floral crescendo is an otherworldly splendour. Sublime rose, glittering muguet and the auroral delights of violet shine with a light so radiant they forgo the gentle caress of shadow. Yet black pepper’s cool corridors awash with the scent of freshly crushed leaves, cinnamon and apple provide an unexpected solace from the dazzling display. This uplifting and refreshing mix drifting through warm, transparent layers of vanilla imparts the cosy feeling of returning home with every waft of mellow richness. With an invisible clasp around each fragile and nostalgic flower, blonde woods and precious musk begin an enduring embrace that ensures a lasting beauty to this supremely feminine and carelessly elegant elixir."

Rouge Bunny Rouge Chatoyant, Lilt and Vespers are available now at the brand's website, €97 each for 50 ml Eau de Parfum. They can also be pre-ordered at Beautyhabit, $129 each.

(via press release)

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  1. Anne from Makeupwoot says:

    I lost it at “Bergamot Bubbles.”

  2. RobWales says:

    What a load of meaningless rubbish this is!

    • Robin says:

      Somebody must have had fun writing it! And possibly it’s perfect for their customer base, about which I know nothing.

  3. NinaraPoll says:

    I don’t know which is more hilarious, the sentence “Fine-spun lemon, cocooned in rising bergamot bubbles, causes initial raptures of purring delight” or the entirety of the description for Vespers. Oh, thank you miss Robin, thank you for the guffaws I needed today! :D

  4. poodle says:

    Wow. It’s hard to believe this is real. Bergamot bubbles? Black pepper’s cool corridors? Really?

    • Merlin says:

      Laughable, but not entirely vacuous given that citrus notes do have an effervescent feel…

  5. Merlin says:

    The frosted glass bottle is really nice; and I think the copy is actually quite good. Its over-the-top and occasionally teeters on the brink of meaninglessness, but it presents the notes in a relatively imaginative way. More than I can say for most perfume copy which is usually door-mat dull or else entirely meaningless.

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