Robinsons launches Chopard’s exclusive Rose de Caroline fragrance
Robinsons, the iconic department store, launches Rose de Caroline by Chopard, an exceptional fragrance that is both unique and precious. Curated by Spanish perfumer, Alberto Morillas to honour his friend and Co-President of Chopard, Caroline
Robinsons, the iconic department store, launches Rose de Caroline by Chopard, an exceptional fragrance that is both unique and precious. Curated by Spanish perfumer, Alberto Morillas to honour his friend and Co-President of Chopard, Caroline Scheufele – the new fragrance celebrates the most beautiful flower in the world.
Rose de Caroline captures the intensity of an extraordinary rose with its rare Bulgarian Rose essential oil, while enhanced by a unique selection of natural ingredients. Brought through the Firmenich Naturals Together™ programme of sustainable excellence, this fragrance offers a fruity mix with floral notes, making it a must have this summer. Rose de Caroline ignites beneath the spicy freshness of cardamom and the bewitching sophistication of cinnamon, enhanced with the woody accents of patchouli, cedar, cypriol and the sensuality of vanilla from Madagascar.
“I wanted to express the most fascinating and mysterious facets of the rose. A tribute to the majestic flower that Caroline loves so much. The natural ingredients composing Rose de Caroline are crafted with the same respect that guides her in the amazing choice of the gemstones composing her jewellery creations. A fragrance that evokes the authenticity of a bouquet of roses from her garden, reflecting her passionate, positive spirit and engaging personality. A perfume that also celebrates her sensitivity, that of a woman who loves to dream and whose soul is filled with the inner richness and confidence that stem from her sweet childhood memories.” – Said Alberto Morillas, Master Perfumer.
A fragrance that reveals the sensitivity and joie de vivre of a woman of character – Rose de Caroline is now available at Robinsons from AED2,750.
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