What’s in a name? that which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet;
Shakespeare was right. Give the rose any other name and it would smell just as sweet, just as lovely and inspirational. In fact, so inspirational, the fragrance houses keep producing all kinds of beautifully consuming scents, in search for the perfect bottle of rosy liquid charm. Bvlgari did it, with the romantic and sugary Rose Essentielle, adored by women around the globe. Then Valentino, experienced in rocky princesses, honored us with the edgy Rock ’n Rose, making young girls everywhere fight for the last one in the store. And then came Tom Ford with the sexy Café Rose and swept us all off our feet.
So do roses ever go out of style? The perfume masters say no, and we couldn’t agree more. And there are so many different roses around the world, it’s only natural to have so many fragrances.
But then, among all sweet scents, all signature bottles, rises Roses de Chloé, a fragrance so special, it personifies the uniqueness of every woman. An Ode to Roses, if you will. Leave it to the Chloé house to speak to the rose and turn it into something we can be proud to wear. To reveal every secret the rose can hold. And to turn it into a perfume so magical, it matches the rest of Chloé’s elegant variations.
The mastery of Michel Almairac and Mylène Alran brings us this airy, luminous and subtle scent, to remind us of a thousand petals, the sensation of bergamot, gradually joined by a heart of damascene rose essence, modernized with a magnolia accord. And on the skin, a trail of white musk and amber, the signature of the Chloé house.
And because by now, all our feminine sensations are awakened, we can enjoy the cherry on top, which is the beautiful silhouette of the iconic Eau de Parfum by Chloé, the luxury glass bottle, crowned with a silver top and a transparent cap. And all of it enlaced with a blush pink ribbon.
We’re batting our eye-lashes here.
Look how they managed to capture everything Roses de Chloé (gifted) represents with this beautiful, hypnotic film. Titled The Blowing Roses, it expresses the delicate and feminine side of the Chloé woman through the blooming roses metaphor. Each woman represents a petal, dancing gracefully with the wind’s breeze. As the flowers bloom, the petals multiply and spread to create a kaleidoscope of roses.
Jana Sokolovska is a freelance writer and editor from Skopje. She’s a columnist for Off.net.mk and enjoys capturing the art of urban living. She loves boots, crepes, pole fitness and large espressos, and she can be found online via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram,