Thierry Mugler will launch a new perfume for women from April 2016 called Angel Muse, a departure from the patchouli woods and berry fruits of the original but not from the gourmand family, nor the general house inspiration of edibles made fashionably wearable...
The new composition by perfumer Quentin Bisch of Givaudan is presented as the first feminine gourmand vetiver, playing up the naturally tasty notes of vetiver which often evokes coffee or hazelnut. Angel Muse develops this natural propensity into a full-fledged idea a priori of a hazelnutty vetiver enriched with a crown of Chantilly cream and lightened-up with rose.
The face of the fragrance is Georgina May.
A sign that the upcoming fragrance wishes to stand apart from its namesake Angel is that it just preserves the symbol of the star as a common thread running between the two while the bottle now has been made to look like a cosmic pebble for earthlings with memories of dollar shells gathered by the sea side. It will be a refillable bottle.
Full details are still somewhat kept under wraps and more information will be available as we get closer to the launch date.
Teaser fragrance notes: vetiver, hazelnut, chantilly, rose.