I occasionally wear Prada's Infusion de Iris, so news of the label's latest--Infusion de Tubéreuse--in WWD this morning sent a thrill of excitement down my well-perfumed spine. (Find my closely-documented search for the ultimate signature scent here.)
This perfume includes Indian tuberose and Italian blood orange, amongst other less organic-sounding ingredients. What I like about the new scent--other than the fact that the box is covered in a print from the Prada archives--is that the rose they used is very young, which means it won't have that old-lady-in-a-church smell.
But for those who just can't stand roses, the brand's introducing a vétiver scent, too. Both arrive in stores--including Neiman Marcus and Barneys--come April.