For those of you who are not familiar with Régine, a Parisian constant in the nightclubs scene, suffice to say that she was involved in launching eponymous perfumes for 20 years now (After all, we've already discussed how the celebrity scent phenomenon is not that recent here).
Now comes Zoa, Night Perfume, a new launch inspired by a 1966 song, encased in a striking black bottle meant to represent a dancing figure of the night. The audacious floriental powdery-ambery composition was developed by Emilie Coppermann encompassing notes of peony, spicy rose and orchid.
Zoa by parfums Régine is exclusively available at the French concept store Colette this June and will launch widely in autumn.
Bottles of 30ml, 50ml, 100ml, from 27 to 60 euros.
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