In this photo are several styles of Balenciaga handbags which are popular here in Silicon Valley and among fashion fans around the globe. Balenciaga Paris will launch a new flanker fragrance this fall to the original Balenciaga Paris EDT
Balenciaga Paris L'Essense is the newest fragrance launch from iconic design house Balenciaga. Known for their highly sought after motorcycle style handbags, Balenciaga launched celine handbags online thier premiere fragrance in 2010, Balenciaga Paris eau de parfum, which turned out to be one of the most popular fragrances here in Silicon Valley.
Fragrance fans have been flocking to Nordstrom Valley Fair in San Jose and Neiman Marcus in Palo Alto in order to get their hands on their own bottle of the iconic fashion design houses' signature fragrance. It is no wonder that Balenciaga will launch a new flanker fragrance, Balenciaga Paris L'Essence, to the original Balenciaga Paris EDT this fall. The new scent will arrive on store shelves here in Silicon Valley in September.
Balenciaga Paris L'Essence, is described as being stronger than the original scent with more of a green based heart. The heart of Balenciaga Paris L'Essence will be violet leaves laced with vetiver and moss.
It is no wonder that Balenciaga, always on the forefront of fashion and any trend that appears on the runway, would be creating a heavier fragrance for fall of 2011. As fragrance trends move towards heavier, "leave a trail behind me" scents which are reminiscent of the 1980's and early 1990's, Balenciaga is taking it one step further by making a heavy scent with a green heart; unlike other fragrance launches from 2011 which focus on heavy gourmand or wood base notes.
Balenciaga Paris L'Essence will be available in 30ml, 50ml and 100ml sized bottles in September 2011 at Nordstrom Valley Fair and Neiman Marcus in Palo Alto.
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