Agent Provocateur have decided to launch two new perfumes this year in the same Fatale range. Fatale Pink comes right on the heels of Fatale Black, like an afterthought...
The brand are still in the process of marketing both perfumes as they only recently rebaptized Fatale, the original, "Fatale Black", on their website.
Fatale Pink is said to be destined to calibrated markets including the Asian ones. Judging from the ad poster, it's not destined for the Middle East as for some reason, the Fatale Pink advert comes with more nudity.
The eau de parfum was composed by Jean-Claude Delville of Drom. It features top notes of tangerine, pear flower and yuzu whipped crème. The heart is floral with night-blooming datura, camellia and pink lotus. The base is a mix of dark and clear notes with bamboo, musk and black saffron.
Pear blossom, yuzu, camellia, lotus and bamboo are all notes which evoke a Far Eastern landscape. The whipped cream accord on the other hand does less so as well as black saffron.