Yves Saint Laurent constantly keeps us in suspense what’s next. After reincarnated its iconic Opium and dressed it in gold last year, and unveiled its regenerating skin cream named Or Rouge, the French brand delighted us with the Paris Premières Roses 2014 Limited Edition. This new scent is variation of their yearly limited edition springtime flanker of the brand’s well-known 1983 Paris fragrance created by Sophia Grojsman.
Developed by perfumer Dominique Ropion, new fragrance includes notes of wild rose, violet, neroli, muguet, rose, peony, white musk and sandalwood. The multifaceted bottle features a pink tint and a new floral motif in gold.
Yves Saint Laurent Paris Premières Roses Edition Limitée will be available in 125 ml Eau de Toilette Légère and will arrive at perfume counters traditionally from March, priced at €77 ($106).