Montblanc launches Lady Emblem Elixir in time for Valentine's Day
Scent of a lady
Lady Emblem, Montblanc’s previous perfume was all about embodying freedom and determination. Now Lady Emblem is appearing in a new light, with the launch of Lady Emblem Elixir. Floral notes, underlined with woody ones, combine to create the delicate scent that is elegant in its entirety.
The perfume is created with the Damask rose, collected from the high plateaus of Turkey, which gives off an air of honey and spices. Additions to the fragrance are the iris accord and orange blossoms, joined with a light trail of vanilla and sandalwood. The mix is both elegant and intriguing, with black peppercorn adding a bit of a twist. In line with the brand’s principal of lasting value and craftsmanship, the bottle is shaped as a flower itself, in a six-valley design adorned with pearls. This Valentine’s Day, the Lady Emblem Elixir is both sweet and intoxicating, leaving a lasting impression.
From $80 to $155. Available from mid-February