Escada Magnetism was introduced in 2003, by the design house of Escada. It is a warm and sensual oriental floral fragrance.
A beautiful blend of greens with fresh fruits, flowers and leaves, and a hint of musk, vanilla, caramel, sandalwood and patchouli
First perfume was created by the house of Van Cleef & Arpels and released in 1976. A timeless aromatic floral bouquet so impressive it is considered a classic.
A complex blend of notes create this moving perfume. This bouquet is bold and luscious in its presentation. The top notes are bergamot, aldehydes, mandarin, peach, black currant and raspberry.
The heart notes are lily of the valley, ylang ylang, tuberose, turkish rose, carnation, hyacinth, orris root, jasmine, narcissus and orchid.
The finishing notes are oak moss, amber, vanilla, musk, sandalwood, tonka bean, vetiver, civet and honey.
Ghost designed by Tanya Sarne is a British fashion house known for its feminine, floaty clothes. Sarne wanted the scent to be ‘understated in a feminine way, like the clothes’. She wanted ‘a modern , romantic interpretation of the old fashioned fragrances, something ethereal, light and fresh’. The curvy bottle was inspired by a glass vase by Vennini. Ghost, launched in 2000, opens with an avalanche of sweet white flowers accented with the warm peachiness of ambrette seeds, flowing into a heart of jasmine, sandalwood, frankincense tones, rounded off with a base of vanilla, musk, ambergris and apricots. A light floral oriental fragrance.