In 2016, Diana Vreeland Parfums added a new storied perfume to its lineup launched in 2014. It's called Full Gallop, which in this case celebrates the famed fashion editor's love of dance...
The composition is signed by master perfumer Carlos Benaïm of IFF (International Flavors & Fragrances.) The eau de parfum rests on the main idea of a pas de deux between heliotrope and iris (orris).
First, heliotrope and orris open up the scent leading the way to notes of Moroccan jasmine, coriander, pepper, osmanthus, amber and musk.
Full Gallop is also the title of a play which re-imagines the life of Vreeland four months after she was fired from Vogue and just before she accepted the offer to work at the MET Costume Institute as a consultant.
If perfume semantics matter to you, consider also Galop d'Hermès out the same year.