A fourth addition to the Miu Miu fragrance stable has been revealed with the launch of Miu Miu Fleur D’Argent, now out in duty-free stores around the world.

Miu Miu Eau de Parfum, the first fragrance (2017), was an instant classic: a youthful floral that mingles Lily of the Valley, Jasmine, Rose Absolute, and an earthier background. Miu Miu L’Eau Bleue is semi-sweet and endlessly fresh with notes that manifest the sensation of starting anew, like the first blooms of Spring. Miu Miu L’Eau Rosée is a subtly rebellious sister, energizing the delicate Lily of the Valley notes with Cassis Buds and Musk. Now we have Miu Miu Fleur D’Argent…

The latest brainchild of Miuccia Prada and perfumer Daniel Andrier, Miu Miu Fleur D’Argent is the first fragrance in the family to introduce a new top note. The sensual, sophisticated Tuberose is a thicker, more mature white flower. A balanced composition of Musk Accord and the Miu Miu signature undertone Akigalawood provides a buoyant, precocious roundness. Miu Miu Fleur D’Argent quietly conspires: like the layering of a structured jacket over a dazzling dress, the scent starts with a refined arrival, followed by a sensuous expansion.

The Miu Miu Fleur D’Argent bottle is a contrast of tradition and drama: Clear glass matelassé is more modern than its sister scents, with a silver-painted interior that resembles a medallion in ice. The signature disk stopper is presented in vintage pastel pink, as minimal and fun as tiddlywinks.

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