Prada L'eau Ambree by Prada Perfume. Graceful, powering, modern
With L’Eau Ambrée Prada introduces a new blend of an oriental which is possibly the most skin-scent-like the fashion-conscious house has issued so far. Draped like a delicate veil over a naked body, recalling classic themes of Roman sculptures, the fragrance enters the scene in a light-through-the-tunnel vista, all hazy linings, via its refreshing top (a hint of cypress, a touch of Mai rose and citrus) which soon becomes... Read More... Read More merged with the powdery elements of the base.
A sweet, yet at once slightly salty skin-musk emerges, reminiscent of the seashore in spring and the bodies that lie down on its fluffy texture, with the synergy of fluffy opoponax, earthy patchouli, impressions of ambergris and a hint of vanilla. L’Eau Ambrée is much more than a fashion statement of this ultra-hip house; it’s a refined and subtle reconfirmation of feeling good in one’s skin. We’re smitten!
Founded by brothers Mario and Martino 1913, Prada was a shop specializing in leather goods, imported English steamer trunks and handbags. The business was passed down to daughter Luisa and then granddaughter Miuccia who took Prada to the next level beginning in the late 1970s. Heeding to the advice of her business manager, who later became her husband, Miuccia discontinued importing English goods and began creating pieces in house. Backpacks and...
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