Translated the name in French means fatal flower. The fragranced was inspired by Kimmy’s love for white roses.
The bottle is absolutely stunning it’s a white rose opening up with rose gold detail.
Since my recent love for the previous fragrance by Kimmy the pure honey I was very anxious to see what her new scent smelt like and I was definitely not disappointed and as you know I love florals especially rose notes.
Fleur Fatale is a floral musk fragrance with vibrant hints of rose that’s sophisticated and very feminine. The fragrance starts off with a fruity burst of blackcurrant, bergamot, and violet as the top notes, which then develops into heart notes including iris, peony and tea rose, finally settling into a warm musky dry down formed of sandalwood, white musk, blond wood and amber.
Can’t explain it but the notes are combined in such a way that the dominant scent is the white rose but it’s not so overly floral that you smell like you’ve been basking in a rose garden all day. It is classified as a floral oriental. The middle notes are definitely the most prominent with the base notes just hinting underneath it. The top notes are definitely detected when spritzed but quickly disappear sort of opening the fragrance.
Fleur Fatale is definitely one of Kim’s most elegant fragrances to date. Her previous fragrances were mainly party and evening fragrances but this one is perfect for use during the day. I think Fleur Fatale will be very popular in the Spring/Summer seasons.
Fleur Fatale is available exclusively at Foschini as we speak 30ml for R545 and 50ml for R645