Bella, the New Fragrance by Nina Ricci
As a sign of recognition of Bella, by Nina Ricci, the famous apple-bottle has become their emblem. Is it necessary to recall what is symbolised by an apple, that forbidden fruit which evokes temptation and
As a sign of recognition of Bella, by Nina Ricci, the famous apple-bottle has become their emblem. Is it necessary to recall what is symbolised by an apple, that forbidden fruit which evokes temptation and passion.
A vibrant acidic floral, composed by the perfumers Sonia Constant and Louise Turner, its juice is a sexy indulgence, with an affirmed personality.
Its indulgent facet? An Acidic Rhubarb Accord.
Addiction is guaranteed thanks to its rhubarb, whose subtle fruity, slightly bitter-sweet flavour immediately makes the mouth water. This note is made even more irresistible by a fresh and bold zest of green mandarin, as well as a caress of vanilla, that adds all its smoothness to the accord, while exalting its appetising side. A delight blend of spontaneity and insolence.
Its floral facet? A Rose Jelly Accord.
All the richness of roses is deployed in an alliance of Turkish rose oil and rose absolute. While one diffuses the fresh fragrance of newly gathered petals, the other exhales more warmly opulent notes from the heart of the flower. In the background, freesia provides this floral accord with its luminosity and crystalline freshness, as the expression of a purely contemporary romanticism. As for its soft and soothing white musks, they create the sensation of cashmere worn on bare skin.
A declaration of sensuality and femininity. This time, the iconic bottle has adopted a pop-green tone, reflecting the fresh, lively personality of Bella. And what a surprise! For the first time, an insect has landed on its leaves: a ladybird of a deep, bewitching blue.