You drive Bentley, so it’s time to smell like your luxury car. British car company took care for that when launched its first luxury fragrance range for men. The collection includes an expensive luxury perfume – Crystal Edition, as well as more affordable versions of the scent – Bentley for Men and Bentley for Men Intense.
In a cooperation with the master French crystal maker Lalique, Bentley has created a unique crystal flacon topped with the Bentley “Flying B.” The bottle mirrors the essence of philosophy and creative vision of the two brands, which were founded almost 100 years ago and have developed a strong, credible image on the international market. ‘Lalique for Bentley Crystal Edition’ has been developed by Mylene Alran, from the French perfume house Robertet, and is said to smell of fine woody notes and exquisite leather. Further notes are added by precious orris butter which adds a sensual and charismatic character to the scent.
The Bentley for Men and the high-impact Bentley for Men Intense fragrances are created by top French perfumer Nathalie Lorson, from the perfume house Firmenich. The glass and metal flacon has a symmetrical shape and features a knurled ring around the top. Both fragrance also include the fine wood and leather notes. The scent features cedar and patchouli accords to reflect Bentley’s distinct style. The Intense version also includes African geranium, which helps take the key notes of the perfume to the next level and make the composition yet more intense.
Bentley’s first luxury fragrance range for men will be available from April 2013. And, the prices: The Crystal Edition will cost you £3,000 ($4,600) for 40 ml and is limited to only 999 pieces. Eau de Toilette in 100 ml bottle is priced at £59.50 ($92), while Intense Eau de Parfum will sell at £69.50 ($106) for 100 ml.