Jo Malone Peony & Blush Suede ~ new fragrance

Jo Malone Peony & Blush Suede

Jo Malone will launch Peony & Blush Suede, a new fruity floral fragrance for women, in September.

Peony & Blush Suede was developed by perfumer Christine Nagel; the notes feature red apple, peony, rose, honey and suede.

Jo Malone Peony & Blush Suede will be available in 30 and 100 ml Cologne and in matching bath, body and home fragrance products.

(via cosmeticsbusiness)

Update: see a review of Jo Malone Peony & Blush Suede.

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  1. The name confuses me. Jo Malone fragrance names are usually pretty simple. What is “blush suede”?

    Name aside, the notes for this one don’t sound like a great combo to me. Although I really do adore Christine Nagel…

    • Robin says:

      For a minute I could’ve sworn Tom Ford made Blush Suede, but no, he has White Suede and Santal Blush.

    • Merlin says:

      Its really hard to imagine a perfume called Peony & Blush Suede becoming iconic:)

  2. APassionateJourney says:

    They sure are churning em out these days. I’ll test this one, though :)

    • Robin says:

      It does seem like they are…but I guess they’re selling, and a lot of them are limited editions.

  3. Omega says:

    The red apple note is a turn off for me. By blush, it means pinkish and fruity I guess. I do like peony though. Won’t put too much hope it in though.

  4. eminere says:

    Sounds like it could be like a Chloe.

  5. scentfromabove says:

    Wow! I am so excited about this one!
    Can’t wait for it to come out.

  6. scentfromabove says:

    I was in Neiman Marcus today at the JM counter. The SA had a sample and let me try it. I loved it. If anyone was a fan of their limited edition of Peony Moss last year, it has a lot of the same notes. I am excited and can’t wait until September.

  7. kathryndavis126 says:

    Is this one going to be limited edition?

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