ROSE Summer

ROSE Summer

2010 Creation
Woman Gender
Floral - Fruity Olfactory groups

Olfactory pyramid

Heart Notes : Rose, Iris, Tea Rose
ROSE Summer
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This ‘yellow rose’ signed Paul Smith gets off to a fruity start thanks to an alliance of cassis and watermelon sweetened with transparent floral notes of tea and violet. A luminous rose with a light powdering of iris is the key note in the heart. The woodsy-musky close reveals notes of sandalwood and cedar with a touch of amber. Perfumer: Antoine Maisondieu, Givaudan.

At a glance

A fruity rose with a yellow theme


In its vibrant yellow package, Rose Summer is a cheerful and colorful ode to summer. British designer Paul Smith has reinterpreted his perfume Rose, composed around a variety of rose that bears his name. English rose is still in the formula, but the scent has become much fruitier and more cheerful. Cassis intertwines with tea, watermelon and sweet notes of iris and musks, suiting the designer’s request for a ‘warm and sunny perfume that’s easy to wear all summer long’. At selected points of sale.


Eau de Toilette 3.4 oz. Limited Edition.


The original bottle now flaunts flashy shades of bright yellow. The packaging, designed by Alan Aboud, interprets the rose: yellow petals contrast with the perfume’s name written in big pink letters.

  • Perfume appreciated 12 october 2013

    Yellow roses are beautiful. There is a stupid belief that deep red roses mean-love and if you get yellow roses it means the man considers you only a friend.

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