The Burberry for men was launched in 96, and it stands as one of the fragrances that carry on the legacy of the brand. It offers a refreshing scent that gives you extra confidence around people. The cologne is balanced with notes that give you a sense of tranquility. It also delivers a scent that is appealing to the ladies.
My Burberry Black follows the same codes of craftsmanship, innovation and appreciation as the iconic Heritage Trench Coat.
An intense and sensual reinterpretation by renowned perfumer Francis Kurkdjian and Christopher Bailey, My Burberry Black travels back to a London garden amidst a gathering storm; heavy rain contrasting with the warm and captivating flora.
The fragrance fuses the scent of sun-drenched jasmine flower and peach nectar with a touch of rose. This signature rose note at the heart of My Burberry is given a sweet and inviting candied twist, while rich amber patchouli rounds off the scent for a deep and captivating finish.
The rich, amber-coloured bottle is finished with a hand-tied black gabardine knot and set with a dark, elevated horn-look lid, inspired by the buttons of the Burberry trench coat.
Inspired by the trench coat and its heritage of British design and craftsmanship, My Burberry captures the fragrance of a London garden after the rain.
The scent is a contemporary British grand floral.
Top notes of sweet pea and bergamot fuse with a geranium leaf, golden quince and freesia heart, rounded out with a base of patchouli and rain-tipped damask and centifolia roses.
The bottle reflects iconic details of the trench coat: a bold horn-finish cap echoes its distinctive buttons and the hand-tied bow is English-woven gabardine, honouring the fabric invented by Thomas Burberry over 100 years ago.
This perfume marked a revolutionary turning-point in the house of Burberry. Roberto Menichetti became an artistic director in 1998. With his arrival some serious changes had been made; a more modern style was implanted without being unfaithful to Burberry’s original philosophy. British top model Stella Tennant became the face of the whole new trend.
The fragrance is soft and casual with a hint of freshness in the top notes which include blackcurrant, cassis, cranberry, and pink pepper corns giving way to delicious floral middle notes. Rose, lily of the valley and jasmine mix with the notes of peaches and raspberries. The trail is comfortable as an English blanket, scented with warm notes of vanilla, cedarwood and oakmoss. It was created by Michel Girard in 2000.
This relaxing, powdery fragrance is dedicated to weekend. A relaxing country style perfume, named Weekend for Women. Top notes include sweet and zesty mandarine and aromatic grassy notes. Heart notes contain blue hyacinth, iris, nectarine, peach flower, red cyclamen and wild rose. The drydown is a perfect blend of sandalwood, cedar and musk. It was created by Nathalie Lorson in 1997.