A new short film from Prada, Castello Cavalcanti, directed by Wes Anderson. It has just debuted at the Rome Film Festival. I'm afraid it has nothing to do with perfume, except it was made by Prada, and Prada makes perfume, right? Starring Jason Schwartzman and Giada Colagrande. Warning: language and general Wes-Anderson-ness.
And if you missed it, here's Wes Anderson's Prada Candy L'Eau commercial. If you hate Wes Anderson, don't watch that or this, they will make your skin crawl.
More limited edition collector fragrance bottles, with the usual disclaimers: in most of these cases, the juice is unchanged, just the bottle is “special” (or not, as the case may be), and some of these may not be available in the US.
From Prada, Luna Rossa in the 34th America’s Cup limited edition collector bottle: “Released to commemorate the 34th America’s Cup in which Prada’s Luna Rossa team will participate, this limited collector’s editon of the Luna Rossa eau de toilette is presented in a distinctive white and mirrored bottle design.” In 100 ml Eau de Toilette, £62 at Selfridges…
Today, quick reviews of two new (and sweet) flankers: Prada Candy L’Eau and Dolce & Gabbana The One Desire.
Prada Candy L’Eau
Candy L’Eau is the latest from Prada, and it’s meant to be a lighter version of 2011′s Prada Candy. And yes, that’s just what it is — the start is fresher, cleaner and paler, with plenty of bright citrus replacing the deeper fruit notes of Candy, and as it ages on skin, a lighter dose of Candy’s root beer-ish benzoin. There’s also less caramel sugar, less dark woods, and, well, less of everything: if you really wanted a summer version of Candy, or if the original Candy was just too much candy for your tastes, Candy L’Eau might well suit you just fine…