Daughter of Lady Blanche and Lord George, Rose married a Duke to escape the stifling rigidity of her family and become a Duchess. At first Rose was naively romantic: now Rose is disillusioned and frustrated in an unhappy marriage. As a result, she is always seeking fun, frivolity and love. This is a not-so-innocent, still fresh rose-based scent that begs, ‘Release me…’
Simply irresistible, and she knows it: Rose is enjoying her youth, and she intends to party, partner and pose, in spite of her husband’s shadowy presence. As Rose recently learned, ‘No marriage is without it’s secrets’; Rose only wishes she had listened when Lady Blanche tried to impart as much on Rose’s wedding night. The Duchess has weathered some storms and picked up a jaunty piquancy: mandarin represents this anti-heroine’s accrued acid tongue and perpetually puckered lips–Rose is always ready with a comeback or a ‘come hither’ air kiss. But when one gets past her youthful bravado, they find the same blossom that’s always made Rose so loveable: a holistic beauty that, despite the odds, has not soured in spite of her circumstances and tangy self-presentation. Her core flower still blooms, and its scent is sweet, perfectly ripe and sensuously spice. Musky woods ground, emblematic of the adult world through which Rose must find her way or stay, perpetually mired in mist. A bittersweet, undeniably attractive composition, The Coveted Duchess Rose triggers sensations of hope and longing. If you’re looking for a beautiful, chevron-patterned path to better pastures, The Coveted Duchess Rose is ready to guide.