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Ormonde Jayne The Four Corners of the Earth

Monday, 29th Oct 2012
I was absolutely thrilled to attend the latest launch from uber luxury fragrance house, Ormonde Jayne, on board the Orient Express on Friday. What an incredible day.
Ormonde Jayne The Four Corners of the Earth
Ormonde Jayne The Four Corners of the Earth
Not only was I treated to trip around Kent but also a sensory trip around the world discovering the new collection, The Four Corners of the Earth.
This decadent range of fragrances was inspired by, and celebrates, the cultural diversity of London which bustles everyday with influences from Latin America, Russia, India and China.
Here’s what the new launch brings:


Ormonde Jayne The Four Corners of the Earth
Ormonde Jayne The Four Corners of the Earth
Montabaco is all about Latin America – masculine yet super seducrive, this is leather, suede, wood and tobacco leaf with rich florals magnolia, jasmine and rose. It has a dryness that makes it airy and soft.

Nawab of Oudh (named after an Indian Province) is a super soft take on Oudh with amber and rose. I have to say this does pack quite a punch of Oudh at first, but actually settles really subtly on the skin and is surprisingly gentle.
Next is Qi and one of my favourites. This is a pretty,light green and fresh fragrance that would be fabulous for every day wear, very subtle but beautiful in its simplicity.
Ormonde Jayne The Four Corners of the Earth Tsarina
Ormonde Jayne The Four Corners of the Earth, Tsarina
Finally, and perhaps the star of the show is Tsarina, inspired by beautiful uber glamorous women that live for opulence. It is decadent and luxurious with beautiful mix of amber, vanilla and leather. You’d certainly feel really dressed up wearing this!
The collection launches November 2012 with prices starting at £260. Visit www.ormondejayne.com for info on where to purchase.
Ree
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One Response to Ormonde Jayne The Four Corners of the Earth

  1. Megan November 9, 2012 at 4:45 pm #

    I tried these at Harrods. I absolutely adore them. I think Montebaco is comletely beautiful. Love this blog!

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