Flacon Design: Lutz Herrmann
Lilabelleby Kate Moss (2011)
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|Released in the year 2011, apparently still in production.|
|Top Notes:||Freesia, Mandarin, Osmanthus|
|Heart Notes:||Frangipani, Jasmine, Lily|
|Base Notes:||Amber, Heliotrope, Musk, Sandalwood|
Researched and submitted by Franfan20
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Fresh and pretty floralI love that this fragrance has been named after Kate Moss' daughter Lila. It goes to show that behind all the fame and drug scandals, Kate Moss is just a mother with a daughter whom I'm sure she loves dearly. In regards to the fragrance, Lilabelle is pretty, floral and fresh.
Kate Moss makes some good fragrances, and Lilabelle is no exception. This fragrance is perhaps more floral than her other fragrances and quite subtle, kind of going back to where the original Kate Moss fragrance began. It's also quite fresh in some ways, what I would tentatively call a watery floral.
The main accords to my nose are osmanthus, freesia, frangipani, jasmine and lily. A nice, clean blend on the skin. The sillage is rather intimate, so it's not a fragrance that is going to offend anyone. The composition may seem bland and generic at times, but I'm rather enjoying Lilabelle's simplicity.
You could wear this fragrance all year round, but I'd probably wear it casually during Spring and Summer due to its lightness and fresh approach. There are some giftsets being sold already, which would make lovely gifts or even a nice addition to your own collection.
The drydown is a gentle and soapy blend of florals and musk, a nice finish in my opinion. I can't say that Lilabelle lasts all too well, but for what it's worth, this fragrance was a pleasant surprise. This is yet another wearable fragrance from Kate Moss.
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