Signorina In Fiore, the new fragrance by Salvatore Ferragamo

Signorina in Fiore is like a sweet gift on an spring evening and the romantic soul of a young women.

Posted on 10/31/2017 10:30:17 PM

Signorina in Fiore is like a sweet gift on an spring evening and the romantic soul of a young women. Signorina in Fiore welcomes the season of flowers with great joy, a corolla opens with lively grace its beautiful petals to the first ray of sunshine.

Ferragamo Parfums offers for spring 2017 a fresh and youthful reinterpretation of the iconic fragrance Signorina.

Ferragamo starts from the concept of "my life is a play" and presents the new fragrance through a history of games and scented trails.

Signorina in Fiore celebrates the personality of a young woman with romantic soul, joyful and carefree.

The perfume opens with exciting and colorful notes of Nashi pear sorbet, merged with juicy pomegranate.

The heart is soft, rich in fresh flowers. A symphony of the cherry blossom swaying in the breeze and the delicate jasmine petals.

It closes with a soft, sinuous trail left by White Musk and creamy sandalwood.

A fresh and vibrant eau de toilette, combining delicate floral notes with juicy fruity shades

The fragrance was created by master perfumer Emile Copperman.

The packaging is very elegant and the bottle is in a lively and joyful pink with a bright gold cap.

The iconic symbol of the house is present on the bottle in double color, powder pink and fuchsia.

A romantic package thanks to the mix of shades of pink reminiscent of the corolla of a flower.

Ferragamo Signorina is a romantic blossoming and playful homage to the soul of all women.

Signorina in Fiore  is launched in February 2017.

Top notes: nashi pear sorbet and pomegranate. Heart: cherry blossom and jasmine. Base: white musk and sandalwood.

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