Your New Spring/ Summer Must-Have | PRADA L’EAU

When imagining the ideal summer escape, perhaps sounds and sensations come to mind first. It’s a combination of heat and refreshing coolness: mist spraying over hot white sand, crunching through dry fields towards a sparkling river surrounded by greenery, the sun glimmering through leaves. It’s the first blast of cool air indoors on a too-hot day, or the unexpected temperature shift under a lush shade tree.

 

These are the textures and temperatures of freshness, and the inspirations for the newest Prada scents, La Femme Prada L’Eau and L’Homme Prada L’Eau.
Whereas the first fragrances in the La Femme Prada et L’Homme Prada line represent a full spectrum of feeling – like a full weekend away, all in one bottle –
and the Intense iterations were as heightened emotionally as just one urgently romantic night in comparison, L’Eau is like a bright and breezy day, in which everything is made perfectly clear.

 

OLFACTIVE

In this newest addition to the La Femme Prada et l’Homme Prada line, differences between the complimentary scents are heightened with an extra crush of delicateness:
in L’Homme Prada L’Eau, Amber and Iris melt into Red Ginger, Cardamom, and Neroli, while green Mandarin notes enhanced by Sandalwood introduce a new tension.
That its freshest notes are so addictive is rare in an aroma. La Femme Prada L’Eau is an airy mix of green Frangipani flower and green Mandarin oil, a stripped down version of its predecessor’s spicier, fruitier notes with an increased floral petalcy.

 

 

As Miuccia Prada asserts, “There is the idea of La Femme Prada and L’Homme Prada, but actually they don’t exist; there are many,” and for the perfumer Daniela Andrier
who creates the juices under the creative direction and inspiration of Miuccia Prada:
“When the starting point is the definitive article – La Femme Prada and L’Homme Prada – this provides the ideal prism through which to question and reconsider the role
that gender plays within the olfactory experience.
Whether merging, inverting, layering or simply challenging so-called masculine or feminine ingredients, the aim, as ever, is to disrupt the status quo, the clichés,
in order to forge new and unexpected realities.

 

 

 

Credit: PR, Prada

 

 

Jannik Paare
Jannik Paare

Founder & Editor-in-Chief/ Creative Director

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