Changing Constance by Penhaligon's Perfume. According to Penhaligon's, Changing Constance is "what one might call A Very Modern Woman.
She has no regard for custom, and does exactly as she likes." Part of the historic London-based brand's Portrait collection and launched in 2018, it is a spicy oriental vanilla fragrance with gourmand notes. Cardamom and pimento is the dynamic top-note duo, a perfect balance of sweet and spicy. The heart note duo of caramel and salt furthers this dichotomous
theme with its sweet-salty accord. Cashmeran, tobacco and vanilla are the smooth, smoky base notes, providing the fragrance's sophisticated sign-off. A very long-lasting perfume with an enormous sillage, it's especially popular with its fans for daytime and evening wear in the winter and fall months.
The fragrance's glass flacon features a hand-polished animal head, a signature of the Portraits collection. Other Portraits fragrances include Heartless Helen, Terrible Teddy, The Ruthless Countess Dorothea, The Tragedy of Lord George and The Uncompromising Sohan.