I'm not generally an Escada fan. To my nose, this brand generally signifies overly fruity scents for my taste that tend to be quite synthetic. It's as though someone mixed together a bunch of fruit-scented shampoos. Even if I did like an Escada, I wouldn't buy it new. The company is owned by Procter & Gamble, a US conglomerate that refuses to stop testing products on animals. Considering the cruelty and lack of necessity of animal testing, I wish everyone would avoid their products.
If you like natural fruit scents, though, and you can get a free sample or a used bottle of Cherry in the Air, you should! This is a surprisingly accurate, clear cherry scent. It makes me think of a sponge cake with a little bit of vanilla and some pineapple slices, topped by fresh cherries. (Apparently, there are some notes not listed here.) It's much less cloying than other gourmands aimed at young women, so I definitely think this is the highlight of the Escada range. It has presence, but is light enough that one could wear it on a cool summer day. I'm glad I gave it a chance.