Prada Candy Florale Eau de Toilette
Prada Candy Florale Eau de Toilette for Women
Prada Candy Florale is the third fragrance from the Prada Candy collection. The original Candy was launched in 2011, followed by Candy L'Eau in 2013, with Candy Florale expected on the market from April of 2014. Perfumer Daniel (Roche) Andrier created all three of them.
Prada Candy Florale is announced as an exciting floral fragrance full of life and sensuality, inspired by an imaginary flower that smells like candy or a bouquet of flowers standing on the counter of an ice cream shop in Italy. This romantic and powdery composition contains accords of limoncello sorbet the top, a flower of peony in the heart and the base composed of benzoin, musk, caramel and honey.
Italian fashion house Prada was founded by Mario Prada in 1913. In collaboration with his brother Martino, the pair opened a leather goods and luggage store called Fratelli Prada (Prada Brothers) in Milan. Mario's daughter Luisa took over the business from her father, and in turn, her daughter Miuccia Prada would take over for her in 1978. The company as we know it today has evolved under Miuccia Prada's direction.
A set of numbered Exclusive "artisan fragrances" was first offered by Prada at their boutiques and select department stores in 2003. Each scent focused on a single note—Iris, Orange Flower, Tuberose, Violet, etc. Additions to this line were made again in 2007 and 2010. Prada's first mass-market fragrance offering, Prada Eau de Parfum, was released in 2004. The Prada "Ephemeral Infusion" line, which highlighted some of the notes from the Prada Exclusive line and featured more costly ingredients, was introduced in 2007 with Infusion d'Iris.