If you're sick of wearing the same old scent (signature or not), now's the time to embrace something different, as all the major perfume houses release their new fragrances for spring. In no particular order, we've hand-selected three of the best.
Nina Ricci L'Extase, from $72/30ml
When Francis Kurkdijan is involved, you know you've got a scent worth spritzing. This is the first time the famed perfumer (of cult fragrance Maison Francis Kurkdijan A La Rose fame) has lent his nose to Nina, and the result is divine: a sexy blend of Bulgarian and Turkish rose, warm woody notes and sensual musks.
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Oscar de la Renta Extraordinary, from $83/40ml
We know you love their couture; now fall in love with their effervescent new perfume. Sparkling neroli and dewy cherry blossom form the top notes, infused with plush peony, magnolia and rose, with base notes of vanilla orchid, blonde woods and amber resin for richness and depth.
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Bottega Veneta Knot Eau Florale, from $165/50ml
"I wanted the fragrance to capture an awakening of the senses through an escape to the garden," says Maier of this floral interpretation of Bottega Veneta's Knot fragrance. The garden of Maier's imagination belongs to a villa in the Mediterranean, hence the notes of rose and peony underscored by mandarin, neroli, lavender and cedarwood.