Nest Paradise ~ new perfume

Nest Paradise

Laura Slatkin's Nest Fragrances brand has launched Paradise, a new fragrance for women. Other recent fragrances from Nest include Dahlia & Vines and White Sandalwood.

The NEST Fine Fragrance Collection was inspired by the artworks of 18th century British artist Mary Delany. In collaboration with acclaimed master perfumers, Laura Slatkin worked to translate these works of art into luxurious fragrances meticulously formulated to capture the essence of each of the five botanicals that adorn the products' striking packaging.

Paradise captures the vibrant essence of the Crown Imperial flower that graces its bottle. Bold top notes of Mediterranean blood orange sparkle with white ginger on a grounding base of cedarwood and balancing watery notes.

Nest Fragrances Paradise is available now at Sephora, in 50 ml Eau de Parfum ($65) or 8.5 ml rollerball ($25).

(via sephora)

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  1. JolieFleurs says:

    Gosh, they are really making some amazing bottles with this collection.

    • JolieFleurs says:

      The irony is Crown Imperials don’t have the best scent….quite skunky. I kind of like it in small doses, but it’s a funny thing to put on a perfume bottle!

    • Robin says:

      Seriously! The Dahlia & Vines bottle is stunning, ditto w/ the Amazon Lily.

    • Lise says:

      Gorgeous bottle, yes!

  2. Aparatchick says:

    “water notes” means it’s probably not for me, but oh, that bottle! It’s a beauty.

  3. Thalia says:

    The bottles absolutely make me swoon. I want them all! They should do a home collection so you can match your comforter and curtains and Kleenex box cover to your beautiful Nest perfume bottles. OK, that might be a little claustrophobic, now that I’m thinking of it …

    • Robin says:

      It’s a shame they don’t do matching candles. There’s one for White Narcisse, but it’s in a white jar.

  4. Merlin says:

    I’m NOT a big fan of flower paintings but googling ‘Mary Delaney images’ is a revelation – her flowers are so surreal and gothic – even alien:) And, at the same time there are no obvious deviations from the structure of the actual flowers. Fascinating, and gorgeous on the bottles too!

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