Much like its predecessors, Chloé Eau de Toilette is all about the rose. Unlike many fragrance house, Chloé uses real roses — and not synthetic scents — to create their rose absolute. The result? A fresh-smelling bouquet of blooming roses that embodies feminity. However, this fragrance embraces new facets of delicacy and mystery: rose absolute at the centre is surrounded by bergamot, with accords of magnolia mixed with gardenia and a subtle hint of lemon. The new musky floral composition was inspired by blossoming rosebuds flecked with morning dewdrops; delicate, sensual and transformative.

Chloé Eau de Toilette is elegance and exquisite feminity infused in a bottle, as showcased by the campaign's spokeswoman, actress and model Dree Hemingway — a modern muse with beguiling charm. The Eau de Toilette may be the youngest member of the quintessential lineup of Chloé perfumes, but it stays faithful to the essence of the Chloé woman  — expressing natural, sensuous feminity and the freedom to be a daring spirit. Plus it smells so darn good.

From $90. At at all leading department stores and Sephoras.