Liaison de Parfum Stay With Me, I Dare You, Resist Me & No Matter What ~ new fragrances

Liaison de Parfum fragrances

Liaison de Parfum is the new line of Nana de Bary, and debuts with four fragrances, each styled as "de Bary's homage to one of the four seasons or stages of a life well-lived" — Stay With Me, I Dare You, Resist Me and No Matter What.

Stay With Me ~ "We wonder the day away, from morning beyond the night, life's one street ahead, next corner turned, joyous petals fuel our delight in every, In every wide-eyed wonder, dancing into the unknown, hearts aflutter with such hope, in seeds of dreams we sew, and all i know is that anything, is possible if you, stay with me." Featuring notes of jasmine, lemon, salty notes, orange blossom, rose, lily, musk, vanilla, cedar and amber.

I Dare You ~ "Speak what rests at the tip of your tongue, all you've never said and not done, the eyes of the ever-questioning, are blind to the forever-known, for to have faith in one person, takes more courage than vision can see, so forgive yourself for all you aren't to know, to the infinity of open sky your vulnerability, show and live the mysteries of great things, I dare you." With vetiver, amber, lemon, spices, sandalwood, patchouli, oudh, leather and amber.

Resist Me ~ "Come closer, listen the song of skin, versed in the passion of forever, surrender to the melody of time's bliss, to the presence of she, who has tempted the longing of untold minds, you can try but you won't, Resist me." Notes include leather, cedar, Laban, bergamot, lemon, tangerine, immortelle, patchouli, iris, geranium, musk and sandalwood.

No Matter What ~ "With movements sparkled by freedoms glow, she lives floated on moments, along a river of mindful grace, hydrating the most distant lover's eye with visions to achieve, the depth of her minds every creation, and hearts one desire: to live in love within and all around, no matter what." With bergamot, coriander, red jasmine, musk, peach, patchouli and vetiver.

Liaison de Parfum Stay With Me, I Dare You, Resist Me and No Matter What are available now at Colette in France, in 100 ml Eau de Parfum, €125 each.


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  1. TheSnailsPajamas says:

    I think I’m going to come out with my own niche line. I’ll name the first one One and Only, the 2nd Maybe Just One More, the 3rd This is the Last One, I Promise, and the 4th What the H***, There’s Great Profit Margins in Perfume*.

    *thanks to Caprice (who? exactly) for that hilarious sum up of quasi celebrity scents (which clearly apply to all scents now), even if it was entirely in earnest.

    • eaudemale says:

      It’s not just coming up with a niche line but the fact that everyone is just throwing all kinds of notes into a bottle, declaring 9 or so notes and saying, here, this is what this mix smells like. If someone can come up with a fragrance every year, then it’s not art anymore.

      • TheSnailsPajamas says:

        The themed multi-release fills me with a lot of dread these days. I can’t remember the last one that actually have completely solid or at least the majority with solid scents. It’s more like one might be good out of x scents. I just have a picture in my head of a monkey in a lab coat in a back room somewhere gleefully chucking stuff in bottles, and an exec going ‘Perfect! Smith, write me a long winded theme linking these, and don’t hold back on the perfume notes!’

    • Robin says:


      But in all fairness, she’s been very slow to release new perfumes. The original Nanadebary Pink was very popular at one time, don’t know if it still is.

      • TheSnailsPajamas says:

        I’ll give her that ;-) And I was a huge fan of the original N Pink when it first came out.

  2. Omega says:

    These remind me of those Sweetheart candies at Valentine’s. ‘Text Me, UR Hot, Kiss Me, Marry Me, UR Cute’…etc. The writing is usually red on those candies too. The bottles are irritating to much so that I don’t care what’s in them. I know, but that’s how it is.

    • Robin says:

      I do not love the design either. Her original perfumes were much more elegant looking.

  3. Ella says:

    What made me fall in love with this fragrance, Resist Me, was the fact that it was bottled in a very personal and basic way. The design is simple, because it doesn’t need pazazz, the smell is amazing and I love wearing it so much so that it became a signature smell for me.

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