A citrusy hit of bergamot that sways between sweetness and freshness opens Angel Schlesser‘s newest fragrance, Angel Schlesser Pour Elle Sensuelle. Next, a fruity but not cloying dose of red berry is added to the mix and a velvety and juicy note of white peach that entices quietly.
A trio of white flowers shrouds the heart: lily, jasmine and orange blossom, and a cedar wood that whispers softly to begin with, before becoming more pronounced, later on.
Tonka bean and suede make for a creamy warmth in a dry-down, that settles so soft on the skin, it’s akin to that well perfumed cashmere scarf your mother used to leave you when she went out, just to remind you of her.
Smoky, woody, patchouli swirls in the base, with a touch of cypriol adding a aromatic touch.
Housed in a deeply Deco-esque flacon – alluring smoky-black glass with vertical grooves, and a satisfyingly heavy gold cap that would look right at home in a 1940s film noir – this is a little Old Hollywood glamour to add to your dressing table.
By Carson Parkin-Fairley