Chopard launches a new limited edition of its Happy Spirit fragrance from 2007 for the Middle East. Happy Spirit Amira d'Amour is out in spring 2015 as a rich and sophisticated fragrance that celebrates the eternal love and romance.
“The last rays of light caress the golden dunes. The sky is melting into a velvet curtain of deep purple. Night slowly descends on the desert and a soft breeze brushes against her skin, arousing a shiver of anticipation down her spine. Scented with the sweet flowers and honey, the wind is full of untold promises, carrying a stirring feeling of joy and delight. It speaks of a romantic meeting still to come, of the melding of two hearts. It calls to her, whispering her secret name, amira…”
Creation of this oriental - floral fragrance is signed by perfumer Jean-Christophe Herault. The composition opens with spicy pink pepper, which leads to the floral heart of jasmine and orange blossom. The rich and warm base includes notes of honey and tonka bean.
“Happy Spirit Amira d’Amour’s bottle is a tribute to Chopard’s jewelry-making tradition and know-how. Conceived by Patrick Veillet, it perfectly symbolizes what Amira d’Amour is about. Shaped as two interlocking hearts, the unique flacon is made of heavy glass. Its vibrant, intense purple tint evokes the fragrance’s nocturnal sensuality. The matching faceted stones on the stopper were inspired by the shape of a Chopard toi et moi ring. Their velvety depths are artfully emphasized by the surrounding golden band, a symbol of eternal love.”