Woo! There’s a name – Fendi Furiosa. Despite such a strong name, the fragrance is very feminine – it’s powerful with some big blossomy notes in the form of gardena and jasmine absolute, and the centrepiece, the Violaciocca flower (scented stocks). Like the name suggests, Fendi Furiosa isn’t for wallflowers! It’s unapologetically sexy and meant to be so – down-notes of woods and amber ensure a base that’s enveloping and heady.
The bottle is such a mercurial design; basically an ‘animal’ print that could be anything from a butterfly wing or leopard spots, to alligator markings or even, I guess a giraffe print. I think it is so, so clever. Fendi Furiosa is all about evenings – I wouldn’t mark it for myself as a day fragrance, but as the last part of a glamorous going-out ritual, it’s spot on. As you might expect, it’s rather a ‘luxury’ price, too! You can find it at Harrods for £63.50.
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I can’t wait to try it ! I am so drawn to the name and concept of the bottle !
I might have to smell it, but for the packaging, I really don’t like it, it reminds me of the Britney Spears cheap perfume bottle. The outer box is nice though