212 VIP Rosé

212 VIP Rosé

2014 Creation
Woman Gender
Chypre - Fruity Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Heart Notes : Peach Tree Blossom
212 VIP Rosé
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Description

212 VIP Rosé opens with a sparkling accord of champagne rosé. The soft and floral heart unveils peach blossom and evolves toward a mix of woods, amber and white musks.

History

212 VIP Rosé is a feminine fragrance by Carolina Herrera. Dedicated to cool and chic women, this creation was inspired by the atmosphere of New York City parties. The shape of the bottle remains the same as the previous versions. However, the glass is now tinted with a pink gradient.

Range

Eau de Parfum 1 oz / 30 ml, 1.7 oz / 50 ml and 2.7 / 80 ml.

  • No rate for this perfume 21 july 2014

    With its fresh berries on froth radiance and its warm earthy drydown, this fruity floral fragrance packs more of a punch than the typical scent of its ilk. Smelling it is like seeing a dusty, bronze-y pink dress gain movement and sultriness by the woman who wears it, the accent strokes all the more noticeable because the canvas is so soft to begin with. Women who enjoy Rose The One by D&G (though VIP Rose isn’t rosy but softly peachy, the name refers to “pink champagne”) and Peach Blossoms by L’Occitane might find a new love in this Herrera fragrance.

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  • No rate for this perfume 24 april 2014

    212 VIP Rose sounds inviting with an accord of champagne rose.... However, I just bought Paul Smith Rose for Spring and it is an addictive, crisp, green bouquet of roses with petals that have not opened yet. So I don't need another rose perfume.

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  • No rate for this perfume 21 july 2014

    With its fresh berries on froth radiance and its warm earthy drydown, this fruity floral fragrance packs more of a punch than the typical scent of its ilk. Smelling it is like seeing a dusty, bronze-y pink dress gain movement and sultriness by the woman who wears it, the accent strokes all the more noticeable because the canvas is so soft to begin with. Women who enjoy Rose The One by D&G (though VIP Rose isn’t rosy but softly peachy, the name refers to “pink champagne”) and Peach Blossoms by L’Occitane might find a new love in this Herrera fragrance.

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    Elena Vosnaki is a historian and writer, the founder and editor of Perfume Shrine, one of the most respected independent online publications on...