Posted at 11:15 AM, 12 June 2010 -
Nina Ricci fragrance. Nina L'Elixir is a new variation of the original Nina (2006) and will be launched in August 2010. Florrie is the new icon to embody the Nina princess, replacing the late model Ruslana Korshunova.
In the commercial for the fragrance (watch it here), the fashion house created a music video where Florrie sings a new version of Blondie's "Sunday Girl". See a video with Florrie, Jason Resch (guitar), Kieran Jones (bass) and George Nolan (drums) playing the Blondie classic live at a pre-launch party.
Here's a review from the pre-launch party: «The muse for this perfume is a young 21-year-old London singer, Florrie Arnold, super beautiful and very kind. She truly embodies the sweet and sensual princess. (...) The perfume ad is just brilliant! She is fresh, she exudes sweetness and the music is more than catchy. (...) We then had the great pleasure of discovering Florrie in a private concert with her band, and the least we can say is that the girl sings really well, despite being live!»
Like the original, Nina L'Elixir was developed by perfumer Olivier Cresp. It promises a true "love potion" composed of red fruit and jasmine, refreshed with bright green Caipirinha lime. The trace of musk completes the entire composition, placed into a new red apple bottle with silver leaves and stopper.
Congratulations to Florrie! View pictures and watch a video of the party:
Labels: Florrie Arnold