Omnia Profumi Platino & Titanio ~ new fragrances

Omnia Profumi Platino

Italian jewelry brand Omnia has launched Platino and Titanio:

Platino (shown) ~ "A transcendently light almond-infused meringue drizzled with coconut, caramel and vanilla. Platino is definitely delicious, but it is also frothy and airy..." Notes include whipped cream, coconut, caramel, almond milk, jasmine, mimosa, vanilla and white musk.

Titanio ~ "This opens with the bracing freshness of a 6am boot camp class. A brisk blend of mandarin, lemon and bergamot meets the sharp green bite of galbanum and we are wide-awake and ready to face the day..." Featuring bergamot, mandarin, lemon, violet, sage, geranium, rose, galbanum, jasmine, vetiver and sandalwood.

Omnia Platino and Titanio are available now at Luckyscent, $138 each for 100 ml, concentration unknown.

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  1. ladymurasaki says:

    Platino sounds as if it could be cloyingly sweet for me. I’ve been looking for a sweet vanilla fragrance for my daugther’s friend so this might satisfy her sweet tooth. Not sure about Titanio… I’m not keen on galbanum.

    • Robin says:

      I’m assuming they’re not kidding when they say “frothy and airy”…so worried more about the white musk than the sugar.

  2. JolieFleurs says:

    Platino sounds too sweet and foody for me as well, but Titanio is right in my wheelhouse, albeit a little heavy on the citrus for my taste.

    I have found that Italian fragrances usually work really well for me. They seem very full bodied and rich, too.

  3. “This opens with the bracing freshness of a 6am boot camp class.”

    I can’t imagine a better way to turn me off from a perfume. DO NOT WANT

    • Robin says:

      LOL — ditto. Give me the perfume equivalent of late afternoon yoga :-)

  4. sweetgrass says:

    Agreeing with the general consensus so far on Platino.

    Violet is usually my nemesis, but I’d probably try Titanio. I do like galbanum and the other notes sound good, if a bit heavier on the citrus than I’d like.

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