To choose a new fragrance, it is best to go to a perfume store in the morning, before there are too many smells in the shop. In order to get the most accurate impression of a fragrance, you shouldn't be wearing perfume when you go. Try not to sniff more than 3 perfumes at a time. It's best to go back and try more later, otherwise your nose won't be able to distinguish the scents any more.
Féerie Rose des Neiges
Féerie Rose des Neiges opens with notes of lychee that grant the fragrance a fruity-rose tonality. The lychee is paired with waves of pear, cranberry and pink pepper. Composed around rose, the heart also reveals an association of magnolia, peony and blackberry. The woodsy-musky trail is warmed up with tonka bean. Perfumer: Antoine Maisondieu, Givaudan.
At a glance
A musky and fruity rose
In 2008, Van Cleef & Arpels launched Féerie (“Fairy-Tale Extravaganza”). In 2011, the jewelers’ house unveils a ‘Rose des Neiges’ (“Snow Rose”) version. In this soft fruity-floral scent, violet yields its place to another flower: rose. A sparkling and delicate invitation to leave the caress of spring and step into winter’s shimmering white cloak.
Eau de Toilette 1 and 1.7 oz. Limited edition.
The Féerie bottle has taken on a shimmering white hue.