Dita Von Teese, the maestra of seduction and glamorous provocation, takes you into a world as mysterious as the night itself, where seduction is the protagonist and femininity holds all the mastery. She is a self-created work of art, surrounded by an aura of sensual magic and erotic energy. In her new fragrance Erotique the queen of aesthetic pleasure combines her decadent facets into a beguiling scent symphony that veils women in a captivating aura.
A delicate floral creation full of elegance:
The first spring fragrance
“FleurTeese” by Dita Von Teese
entices you with its romantic flirtation
Sensuous, feminine, intoxicating: The elegant Queen of Burlesque Dita Von Teese embodies femininity like no other woman. Seductive, self-assured and graceful: the sheer sensuality of Dita Von Teese expresses itself in new facets. With her third fragrance FleurTeese, the international style icon embraces her coquettish, romantic side.
FleurTeese is a passionate bouquet, inspired by lush but delicate blossoms and idyllic floral gardens. Dita Von Teese has created this romantic eau de toilette that beautifully captures the spirit of her classic Hollywood style. Delicate like her skin, glamorous like her appearance and beguiling like the lady herself, FleurTeese is an enthralling new spring fragrance that calls to mind the playful pin-up girl.
Dita’s perfume not available in your country, yet?
Well, the Dita Von Teese Parfums range is now available through UK based CheapSmells.com. They ship globally, with international postage calculated by weight, and orders over £50 sent free.
CheapSmells.com stocks 4 products from the range:
Currency conversion is available on the website.
TheUpcoming.co.uk: Up close and personal with Dita Von Teese for her eponymous fragrance launch at Liberty of London
by Ian Michael Turner
May 2, 2012
Looking stunning, and the epitome of that bygone glamour which she has become known to represent, she is indeed a bona fide style icon; Dita Von Teese arrived at Liberty London yesterday for the launch of her new perfume. Clad in a beautifully elegant floor-length, emerald-green gown, with a plunging neckline showing off her world-famous décolletage, the burlesque superstar was accompanied by her own entourage of dashing butlers.
TheAge.com.au: Smell like Dita Von Teese
At the launch of her new perfume, style icon Dita Von Teese talks about why her fragrance is different from all the other celebrity scents.
Dita Von Teese Talks to ELLE
By Amy Lawrenson
Thursday, 03 May 2012
We caught up with the world’s most famous Burlesque dancer Dita Von Teese to talk beauty and her blonde roots at a private dinner to launch her debut fragrance.
Ms Von Teese had a busy day Tuesday. She started off at Liberty, the department store that is exclusively stocking her first fragrance Dita Von Teese Eau de Parfum to sign bottles for over 200 eagerly awaiting fans. Dressed in a Herve L.Leroux forest green gown, along with her signature red lips and raven hair styled into a classic 50s ‘do.
Dita Von Teese Perfume Launches Exclusively at Liberty
The Liberty of London Blog
Thursday, April 12, 2012
International style icon Dita Von Teese will launch her eponymous fragrance exclusively at Liberty on 1st May. A name synonymous with seduction, style and burlesque, Dita wanted her first perfume to evoke glamour,elegance, and self-confident sensuality.
“I wanted it to be a perfume that smelled exactly how I imagined it. A scent needs to reflect all the different facets of my personality. It had to be elegant, glamorous, sophisticated, sexy, dark, and mysterious.”
Dita created a timeless scent which opens with a head note composed of fresh peonies, fizzy bergamot, and slightly spicy Bourbon pepper. The heart of the perfume beguiles the senses with a full and at the same time pure bouquet of Bulgarian rose, Tahitian Tiaré petals, and fresh jasmine. And in the base note, the mystical and warm scents of patchouli, musk, and smoky Gaiac wood and sandalwood captivate all who smell it.
The perfumes are contained in black glass bottles – an homage to the 1930s reflecting Dita’s glamour and allure along with her love for all things vintage. With their elaborate detailing, the flacons represent the type of luxurious accessories found in the boudoir of an irresistibly glamorous woman. The extraordinary perfume amphora fits perfectly in one’s hand. The neck of every bottle is adorned with a silk cord with a blood red pearl, which flows into a long black silk tassel.
MyDesert.com: 5 questions with Rose Apodaca, fashion writer
by Jorie Parr
March 14, 2012
|Rose Apodaca / Submitted photo|
A highlight of the inaugural Palm Desert International Fragrance & Flower Festival, today and Friday will be the appearance of perhaps the most distinguished West Coast fashion writer, Rose Apodaca. She headed the West Coast bureau of the industry bible, Women’s Wear Daily; was a founding editor of the Los Angeles Times Image section — and these were just her day jobs.
Apodaca will sign her latest book, “Fred Hayman — The Extraordinary Difference: The Story of Rodeo Drive, Hollywood Glamour and the Showman Who Sold It All.” Packed with more than 300 images of the late-century L.A. haute scene, the tome weighs 7 pounds.
Meet the author from 3 to 5 p.m. today in the “Dome,” behind the event sponsors, The Shops on El Paseo, in the parking lot between Ocotillo Drive and Highway 74.
Rose, you were christened to be a rosarian. So do you love all flowers or just roses?
Flowers are like music, and to zero in on one type is to rob oneself of the exquisite variety, from lady’s slipper orchids to cactus blooms. I adore roses, but I don’t wear any scent that smells overtly of them. Too much of a cliché, and, besides, I prefer spicier scents.
You’ve written the book on the man who launched Giorgio, the overpowering fragrance of the 80s. Did your mother wear it?
If Giorgio Moroder provided the soundtrack to the 1980s, Giorgio Beverly Hills scented the decade with its pungent scent. My mother did not wear Giorgio. But a neighbor who channeled Sophia Loren did, and just the memory of her evokes the scent.
Are you a one-scent woman? Your own favorite fragrance/s?
I do keep a wardrobe of perfumes on a shelf in my dressing room. But for the last year I’ve been particularly hooked on Escentric Molecules 01, a cult scent independently conjured by Berlin nose Geza Schoen with the production help of London-based The Company. Its profile includes pink pepper, green lime peel, balsamic notes such as mastic and orris incense and a dry down of musk and wood.
What is the trend in perfume?
There’s a wonderful explosion in scents by independent perfumers around the world. Not all of them will stand the test of time. But standouts include Geza and Christopher Brosius in the New York’s Williamsburg or botanical perfumer Alexandra Balahoutis of Strange Invisible Perfumes in the L.A. community of Venice.
Next up is your book on the burlesque star fashionista, Dita Von Teese. Does she splash on an exotic scent, or do we just have to wait until publication to find out?
Perfume is very central to the art of the tease and seduction, so, of course, it figures prominently in Dita’s life and in our beauty book. We have an entire chapter devoted to her recent search for a new perfume (after it turned out the one she had worn for years was also the favorite of her boyfriend!). The search lead to the creation of her own signature scent, which is selling like mad in Europe. Hopefully, it and the second one already under works will be available stateside by the time the book comes out in the fall.