Henry Rose Torn Perfume
Henry Rose Torn Perfume - Michelle Pfeiffer
Michelle Pfeiffer has launched Torn, a new unisex scent by her Henry Rose 100% transparent fine fragrance line. This new spicy floral fragrance, created by perfumers Yves Cassar and Pascal Gaurin, includes notes of vetiver and vanilla bean. Housed in a classic apothecary glass bottle featuring a black cap, the warm earthy perfume was launched in April 2019 and available in an eau de parfum spray (50ml $120).
|Perfume House||Henry Rose|
|Scent Classification||Spicy Floral|
|Fragrance Notes||vetiver, vanilla bean|
|Perfumer||Yves Cassar, Pascal Gaurin|
Michelle Pfeiffer Henry Rose Torn Perfume
Michelle Pfeiffer Is Eau So Cool
She's known as one of the world's iconic beauties, but actress Michelle Pfeiffer never dreamed she'd ever work in the beauty industry. "It wasn't until I looked at the world [as] a new mother that I began to pay closer attention to what I was putting in and on my body," she says. And so started a decade-long journey to create a fragrance that would be both captivating and clean. She collaborated with the nonprofit Environmental Working Group to craft safe scents, avoiding questionable and potentially toxic components. "We narrowed down the usual palette of 3,000 ingredients that perfumers typically work with to roughly 300." The result is five dreamy unisex blends, but, she says, Torn, a blend of vetiver, patchouli, and vanilla bean, is her favorite. "It reminds me of what my father smelled like while I was growing up, which is an example of how strongly fragrance is tied to memory. But I really love them all."
("Beauty: Michelle Pfeiffer Is Eau So Cool." InStyle May 2019: 134)
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Michelle Pfeiffer Henry Rose Torn - Celebrity Perfume
"The richness of vanilla bean blends with the earthiness of vetiver roots to create an aroma that's both spicy and floral."
Cedar, jasmine, vanilla, sandal, musk, patchouli, muguet, violet, strawberry, lavender, amber, peach, rose, green grass, melon, tobacco hay, clove, apple, orange
(Source: henryrose.com, June 2019)