Fragrance News: L’Orientaliste

A new range of fragrances is now available at the Beautyhabit.  Nadia Nassif’s fragrances are inspired by Morocco and are constructed around a dominant note, such as sandalwood, rose, jasmine, patchouli.   Ten fragrances available at the moment are created in France.  The line includes: Santal, Rose, Vanille, Patchouli, Ambre, Musc, Mimosa, Jasmin, Gardenia and Fleur d’Oranger. 

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  • Sisonne: Dear V, they seem to be pretty linear, which doesn´t have to be a bad thing. Like you I´m always interested in oriental fragrances, so I´ll try them when I get a chance to. September 14, 2005 at 7:11am Reply

  • BoisdeJasmin: Dear C, yes, they do. I will definitely give them a try soon. September 14, 2005 at 12:11pm Reply

  • bridget: Hello! I used to work at Neiman Marcus and remember these fragrances being simple but great, very cool bottles. I have a small beauty and fragrance apothecary in my town and would LOVE to carry this line but it is impossible to find their distributor! Does anyone have a tip on this? A related note: a site called Berber Sources carries a fantastic orange blossom essence from the Atlas mountains! Pretty little bottles and boxes, high-level hippie chic. October 10, 2006 at 10:34pm Reply

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