Vera Wang Launches ‘Princess Night’

The sixth Princess perfume in the collection has now been revealed to be Princess Night, a luscious scent filled with sensuous hits of wild berries and watermelon. The new Princess Night perfume is to be available to the world market in January 2012. After the original Flower Princess from 2006, Rock Princess and Glam Princess from 2009, and Preppy Princess from 2010, Princess Night now finally emerges. Here is the blurb about Princess Night and all Vera Wangs’ other perfumes:

Princess Night – £45

Princess Night positively sparkles with first impressions of luscious wild berries and watermelon, blended with sweet raspberry. Mystery is abound with an exotic blend of velvety jasmine petals, spicy orange blossom, and a twist of passion rose. And finally, the night air is left with a trail of crushed sugar and hints of sensual musk and vanilla, leaving those around her wondering what will happen next. The new fragrance is described as a blend of exotic flowers, fruits and woody tones (which are not listed in the composition’s notes). The top oozes with wild berries, watermelon and raspberry. The composition’s core is formed of jasmine petals, spiced orange blossom and a touch of passionate rose, while the intensively sweet base features crushed sugar, vanilla and musk. Top notes: wild berries, watermelon, raspberry. Heart: jasmine, rose, orange blossom. Base: sugar, vanilla, musk, woody. The bottle is typically heart-shaped as is the original, but this time covered with dark purple glitter and adorned with a silver crown. The fragrance is available as 30, 50 and 100 ml Eau de Toilette.

Princess – £37

The original and some say the best of all the Princess perfumes, this oriental-floral fragrance, launched in 2006 is a modern and playful magical elixir. It encapsulates youth and femininity in its top notes that bring the aquatic nuances with pure and sharp notes of water lily, apple, freshly-sweet mandarin and apricot. The heart of the scent is composed of exotic guava, Tiare flower, tuberose, with a touch of dark chocolate. The base brings powdery traces of vanilla, amber and wood. The bottle looks like a heart-shaped jewel, very fine and elegant, a symbol of magical charm and romantic in lilac tones. The fragrance comes as Eau de Toilette in 30ml, 50ml and 100ml bottles.

Flower Princess – £31.99

Flower Princess followed on from the fragrance Princess that was created in 2006. The bottle of the new fragrance is the same heart shape as of its predecessor, but this time in pale pink nuances and with silver crown-like top adorned with pink crystals. This fragrance will be available as limited edition world-wide, while permanently available at the Asian market, and it is created in honor of the spring time and Japanese cultural movement Kawaii, ‘cultural obsession followed by irresistible, cute and energetic details’. It was created with the cooperation of Firmenich and is devoted to all the women that feel like princesses regardless of their age. Flower Princess is a floral-fruity composition with green ivy notes, tangerine and lotus in the top. The heart unites orange blossom petals, Moroccan rose, jasmine Sambac and mimosa, while the base notes bring peach peel notes, amber, precious woods accords and musk. The fragrance comes as 50ml and 100ml accompanied with matching body care products.

Rock Princess – £25

Another limited fragrance, Rock Princess was unveiled to the market in April 2009. It shows a truly rebellious side of a princess by its dark-floral-fruity composition. Perfumer of this edition is Calice Becker of Givaudan and the fragrance features white peach, red raspberry, bergamot, heliotrope, vintage-inspired rose, night blossoming jasmine, lily, cashmere, musk, iris and creamy coconut. The bottle is made of dark glass, decorated with metal details and a crown in the same nuance as the other Princess bottles. Outer carton is black and decorated with pink and silver graffiti. 30 and 100 m EDT bottles are available only in the USA, while 50 ml bottles can be found only outside the USA. An accompanying assortment includes perfumed body care lotion.

Glam Princess – £35

Glam Princess is the fourth Princess in the line of fragrant creations of the house of Vera Wang. The latest version arrived on the market in December 2009, while its advertising campaign was launched a bit sooner, beginning in November. Princess is the key edition of the house of Vera Wang known as best seller and the most popular fragrance of this collection. Modern, feminine and like from a fairy-tale, this fragrance has evolved into new editions, new Princesses with time. The fragrance was created by two perfumers, Ilias Ermenidis and Harry Fremont, of such notes as crushed red currant, juicy guava and pear in top notes of this beautiful composition. A heart adds aromas of orange blossom and vanilla orchid, leaving a trail of base notes which incorporate ambrette seed, sugar marshmallow and soft cashmere wood. Glam Princess arrives in a shimmering gold bottle with pink stars and gold crown with gems, making it the prettiest yet, in amounts of 50 and 100 ml EDT, accompanied with perfumed body lotion.

Preppy Princess – £39.95

Preppy Princess is a gorgeous, juicy and luscious woody – fruity fragrance that combines top notes of tangerine, red apple and crushed red berries with a floral core of honeysuckle and jasmine, placed on sensual base notes of woods and coconut water. New Preppy Princess feels like a queen feeling she was born to rule. The leader of a clique, educated, young and beautiful, she attends school on the Upper East Side and wears impeccable plaid clothing and a pear necklace. The bottle is heart-shaped like all the previous editions, this time decorated with blue and pink plaid pattern and sophisticated pearls around the crown that is the stopper. The fragrance is available as a limited edition Eau de Toilette in 50ml and 100 ml bottles. Preppy Princess was launched in 2010.

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