Saturday, 14 September 2019

New In: Angel Eau De Toilette


This is an advertorial in collaboration with Clarins.

It's been over a decade since I fell in love with my first MUGLER fragrance and it’s been over 25 years since they launched ANGEL, their divisive flagship perfume. Since then, they've launched so many incredible new fragrances and reinventions of ANGEL. The latest addition to the family is the new Angel Eau De Toilette - a fragrance that invites you to live up to your dreams and push back the limits. Perfume is such a personal thing. I think scents are so strongly associated with our emotions and memories, so we will always remember the perfumes we wore on our first dates or the fragrances that were part of our everyday lives. Now it's 2019 and MUGLER have yet again managed to create a scent that I can already tell I will adore forever. Now, let's fall in love with Angel all over again with Angel Eau de Toilette.


ANGEL

Notes: Mandarin, Peony, Praline, Berries, Apple Oil, Patchouli, Warm Blond Wood

The scent is quite fruity and floral with notes of peony and mandarin. Peony is literally one of my favourite flowers and one of the main reasons why I adore this scent so much. I find that the fragrance develops after you first spray it. It features the same notes as the original, but with some additional blooming freshness that make it feel just a touch more luminous and brighter. Opening with an immediate hit of mandarin that is quickly softened with a subtle note of peony with creamy praline, berries and apple oil. I would definitely describe it as a daytime scent but I can also see myself wearing it out on a date night. The bottle you see me holding is the iconic pale blue and pink star shaped glass that captures and diffracts light. I absolutely adore the colours, I think it looks so magical and pretty on my dressing table. This version of the signature ANGEL star also allows it to stand up for the first time ever!

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