We definitely feel the Autumnal shift happening under our feet - leaves turning a burnt orange, cooler temperatures meaning more layers required...All of it though ahead of an end to a summer we'll never forget for obvious reasons. But what happens when we get sent to Because HQ not one, not two but four new fragrances that visually remind us of the summer Rosé wines we drank while the dusks were late and the summer sun high?

While some are directly inspired by the rose flower itself (did you know it was rumoured that Cleopatra was so in love with the smell, that she bathed only in rose water so she could always have the fragrance lingering on her skin?) others' tinted rosé hues hint more towards fruitier undertones with layers as sophisticated as your favourite Château Minuty 'M de Minuty' Rosé 2019, Côtes de Provence bottle in the cellar

Calvin Klein Eternity for Women Eau de Parfum Spray
Crisp, fresh & elegant; a trio of feelings evoked with just one spritz that it's easy enough to keep coming back to this classic and most iconic of fragrance juggernauts.  Eternity is a floral fragrance that opens a wave of juicy summer pear and creamy floral jasmine; embodying the scent of a fresh summer garden, just in time for the Fall nights. 

Aesop Rozu Eau de Parfum
This new launch from Aesop feels precious, a hard thing to do from a brand that feels so ubiquitous. Be honest, you've probably washed your hands and lathered on some moisturizer with some Aesop today? So to get a fragrance able to encapsulate a brazen yet delicate scent from the masters of handwash and moisturizer is no mean feat. Capturing notes of blooming petals, earthy wood and spice, with a light hint of smoke,  these powerful components make a heady combination. The fragrance was inspired by the life, work and passion of designer Charlotte Perriand, in homage to the rose garden planted in her honour.

Chloé Roses de Chloé Eau de Toilette For Her
If you were to bottle up a fragrance and call it femininity; this would probably be it. Roses de Chloé is a romantic and effortless scent with rose as the feature note, touches of bergamot, and a trail of white musk and amber; signatures of the House of Chloé.

Serge Lutens Fleurs d’oranger
Fleurs d’oranger was born from a happy memory of Serge Lutens arrival to Morocco in 1968, and the shock on his senses of his first encounter with the indelible aromas. The fragrance is the perfect composite of bitter orange blossom and civet, augmented by Egyptian jasmine and white rose, creating a rich veil of memory-inducing moments whenever you catch a whiff. Delicious.

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