The Burberry brand recently announced the news: a new men’s fragrance should see the light of day by April 2016. The great British house would have been inspired by the iconic Heritage trenchcoat to develop Mr Burberry in collaboration with the perfumer Francis Kurkdjian. This one is announced as being a fresh oak, made from a completely revamped fern accord. In addition, we are already looking forward to seeing its advertising campaign, shot by British director Steve McQueen and associating Josh Whitehouse and Amber Anderson, emblematic figure of all the brand’s cosmetic products.
Always more elegance for this new fragrance signed Burberry
You will understand, the elegance that we recognize in the Burberry brand will be beautiful and very present during this new launch. Indeed, the advertising campaign will take place in London and, by calling on Steve McQueen, Oscar winner in particular for his film Twelve Years a Slave, Burberry promises to be out and about. In addition, the cast is also very glamorous and we must recognize that the idea of finding Josh Whitehouse and Amber Anderson delights us.
In addition, the bottle is also very elegant. It recalls that of My Burberry but this time adopts the attitude of a typically English gentleman. Indeed, the rounded shape of its black cabochon soaring towards the sky quite evokes the aspect of a top hat. In addition, as to complete his evening dress, Mr. Burberry also accessorized with a black gabardine bow like a bow tie. In addition, it is at the same time a tribute to Thomas Burberry, inventor of this material more than a century ago. Mr Burberry has everything of a gentleman and is imbued with incredibly refinement.
This new Burberry fragrance is announced as being a fresh woody note and intends to invite nature into our daily lives. It was produced in collaboration with the prestigious perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, the one that all the biggest houses are snapping up on. The latter then imagined an essence made entirely from plants and plants and deeply inspired by the olfactory world of British perfumery. Its main ingredient is a fern accord, classic for a masculine scent, except that this one is totally revamped and revisited. Mr. Burberry will not fail to surprise us with its freshness. Indeed, it opens with citrus grapefruit accords, then adopting an incomparable dynamism. Then, it is embellished with cardamom as well as tarragon bringing a herbaceous and aniseed side. Finally, the whole purpose of the perfume is more woody, both in its heart and in its wake. It includes birch leaf, nutmeg oil and cedar. The base combines sandalwood, guaiac wood and vetiver. Mr Burberry then asserts all his character without lacking freshness.