Tuesday, 26 January 2016

Moschino Fresh Couture Eau De Toilette

I have to admit when I first saw this fragrance I thought it was an april fools joke! After all, it looks JUST like a bottle of household cleaner, and who would buy that!?

Let’s be honest, a fragrance bottled in packaging that resembles window cleaning spray hardly makes you think ‘oooh, I bet that smells AMAZING I MUST try it!’

Well actually, for me It really made me want to try it just to see what kind of fragrance it really was!
So, designed by Creative Director Jeremy Scott, the concept for Moschino's Fresh Couture eau de toilette was to juxtapose the mundane and commonplace of all products (the household cleaner) with something precious (the juice of a luxury brands fragrance.)

Yep, I like that, very clever and VERY different!

But what does it actually smell like?

I think you’ll be surprised by the scent within- it is a really light, fresh and clean scent with top notes of mandarin, bergamot and ylang ylang.

Raspberry offers a fresh and juicy contrast to floral heart notes of white peony and osmanthus while base notes of clear woods, white patchouli and ambrox round the scent off perfectly.

Being housed in such a distinctive bottle I expected the fragrance to be quite unique, strong and possibly heady but actually it’s a very pleasant, wearable everyday scent.

It is a fairly expensive perfume retailing at £65 for 100ml but lets be honest, it’s a pretty special fragrance in a very special bottle!

You can get your own Moschino Fresh Couture  Eau De Toilette from Selfridges now where it costs £65.


  1. I have a love/hate relationship with this perfume. One day I think it's the most beautiful scent ever and then on other it smells for me like some sort of window cleaner. However, I agree that Fresh Couture is the most unique perfume I've ever seen! :) x

  2. I thought it was a joke too when I saw the display and think visually it is fabulous but not sure if psychologically it would make me think I was spraying myself with window cleaner! haha

    Debbie (http://countryheartandhome.com )

  3. Wow, it's a very interesting looking bottle. I definitely want to try it just because of that!


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