“The” Parisian woman comes and goes. Now she is back and in love – with Paris, a fragrance, and a bottle... This new chapter is echoed by a new Eau de Toilette: Mademoiselle Azzaro L’Eau Très Belle, the beginning of an irresistible romance.
Mademoiselle Azzaro L’Eau Très Belle pays homage to the city of lovers. Its heroine is as delighted as ever by the many sights of its streets. As she dances a duet in her charmingly stylish dress, she catches the eyes of intrigued passers-by, hurrying waiters and secret admirers... Mesmerized, she spins and twirls. She is enchanted by her romantic reverie, just like her fruity, floral and gourmand Eau de Toilette.
The publicity video for Mademoiselle Azzaro recounts a whirlwind day in the life of a Parisian woman played by Lola Le Lann. What's she doing? Having fun! Whimsical and playful one minute then moody and laughing the next... The French actress does it all. Guided by a joy for life, she goes from the Jardin des Tuileries to café patios to the rooftops of Paris.
Mademoiselle Azzaro l’Eau Très Belle is a tender, feminine, romantic fragrance that wraps her in a delicious, regressive whirlwind of life and love.
By turns mischievous, soft, gourmand and nostalgic, Mademoiselle Azzaro L’Eau Très Belle sets hearts racing. Behind this emotion are three new tender and feminine raw materials.
Also known as the bilberry, this black fruit adds color to the fragrance with its fruity, tangy tones, giving it a mischievous, juicy base. In the past, it was greatly prized in times of famine by the Native Americans, who saw its 5-pointed star-shaped flower as a gesture from the “Great Spirit.” Now increasingly cultivated, blueberries are grown in France from June to September.
The delicate Mademoiselle Azzaro L’Eau Très Belle resembles this rose-like flower with five petals, revealing floral, tender and delicate notes. Originally from North Africa, Asia and Europe, the dog rose is one of the most well-known wild rose species and is particularly revered for its properties and culinary uses. The Romans used it to produce a wine.
This totally addictive accord wraps the fragrance in its powdery, almond-scented, candy-like facets. Its biscuity base makes it undeniably indulgent. The Violet is now mainly grown in Asia, France and North America.
As glamorous as ever, the Mademoiselle Azzaro L’Eau Très Belle bottle is dressed in a pretty lavender hue, a subtle nod to the violet macaroon note that gives the fragrance its irresistible "je ne sais quoi".
If a Parisian woman were to dream of a fragrance, it would be Mademoiselle Azzaro. A fresh, cheerful, elegant, light and diaphanous Eau de Toilette, with the effects of a Peach - Seringa Flower - Iris Wood accord.
Mademoiselle Azzaro L'Eau Très Florale
Spring is the inspiration for this new Mademoiselle Azzaro creation. Fragrant notes of flowers and juicy fruits release accords of quince, hazel leaves and lily of the valley.