Stella McCartney Peony Eau de Toilette 30ml
Top Notes: Mandarin, Freesia, lotus flower.
Heart Notes: Rosy pink Peony, Geranium essence, Black Pepper essence.
Base Notes: Amber, Patchouli, Cedarwood.
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Stella Peony captures the radiant energy of a blooming English garden, combining a fresh, aromatic pink peony with sensual amber and an intriguing hint of black pepper. Known for its fresh, yet delicate scent, peonies have a rose-like quality evoking the scent of a freshly-cut bouquet. Stella Peony is delicate yet daring, effortlessly sensual and full of life.
Top notes of mandarin, freesia, and lotus flower lend its opening a fresh, morning dew-like quality. At the perfume’s heart, rosy pink peony fuses with geranium for an aromatic, airy, verdant effect, evoking a freshly-cut bouquet. The scent’s base combines the skin-like sensuality of amber- a key note in the designer's signature fragrance, Stella - with a rich patchouli: subtle, seductive, sublime. The signature Stella flacon is reimagined for Stella Peony in a luminous shade of blushing pink topped with a geometric black cap, elegantly finished with a signature gold collar.
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