HAPPY SPIRIT AMIRA D’AMOUR CHOPARD’S NEW EAU DE PARFUM
By The Beauty Hub | April 21st, 2015 | Brands,News
Happy Spirit Amira d’Amour, Chopard’s new Eau de Parfum, is a celebration of everlasting love. This rich and sophisticated scent was conceived as a distillation of emotions, an intense concentrate of passion. A luminous ode to romance, it weaves a spell of tenderness and desire.
Master perfumer Jean-Christophe Hérault (IFF) blended the essences into a refined love potion, a unique woody floriental scent. The opening note of pink pepper is a piquant attention-catcher, bound to captivate the senses. It offers a perfect prelude and contrast to the accord of Jasmine absolute and Orange Blossom that follows.
This delightful flowery combination brings a dimension of opulence, an entrancing sense of seduction and femininity. Rich dry-down notes of warm honey and velvety Tonka bean prolong this sensual odyssey, leaving behind a lingering trail of sheer voluptuousness.
Happy Spirit Amira d’Amour’s bottle is a tribute to Chopard’s jewelry-making tradition and know-how. Conceived by Patrick Veillet, it perfectly symbolizes what Amira d’Amour is about. Shaped as two interlocking hearts, the unique flacon is made of heavy glass. Its vibrant, intense purple tint evokes the fragrance’s nocturnal sensuality.
The matching faceted stones on the stopper were inspired by the shape of a Chopard toi et moi ring. Their velvety depths are artfully emphasized by the surrounding golden band, a symbol of eternal love.
The folding box echoes this colour code through the delicate lace of oriental pattern. The traditional lattice-work motive alludes to the fragrance’s oriental inspiration. Wrapped in a purple-bordered gold ribbon, it provides an ideal case for Happy Spirit Amira d’Amour’s enchanting flacon.
Happy Spirit Amira d’Amour is available at Wojooh, Sephora, Paris Gallery, Debenhams and Vavavoom stores in the UAE.
Price: 75ml – AED435.
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