September 5, 2017

Twilly d’Hermes Yet Another Fragrance for a Younger Demographic

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Twilly d’Hermes Eau de Parfum is yet another high-end fragrance catering to a younger demographic and I have no complaints. The amount of higher-end fragrances from houses like Chanel and Dior has been steadily increasing over the last two years.

Our journey started with the introduction of Angel Muse from Thierry Mugler that launched in Spring 2016 and later became more evident when Lily-Rose Depp became the face of the youthful No 5 L’Eau fragrance. Dior quickly jumped in with the addition of Poison Girl a few short months ago.

And the trend continues with the launch of Hermes latest fragrance, Twilly d’Hermes.

Twilly d’Hermes Eau de Parfum was composed and inspired by how young women live their lives. It’s a spicy scent with notes of ginger dominating the blend from what I’ve read in reviewed followed by tuberose , sandalwood, white florals, and woods. Just because it’s inspired by a younger demographic doesn’t mean it’s a sweet gourmand. The playful, hand-tied silk ribbon adorned bottle is as cute as it goes as the actually fragrances promises to be a spicy, floriental.

I haven’t tried this yet but I’m looking forward to doing so as thus far in my journey through some of these millennial fragrances has been great. I’m noticing they are quite wearable and lovely compared to some of the brand’s standard line of fragrances. For example, Angel is an overpowering scent that isn’t always a pleasant dark gourmand for most but Angel Muse is much, much lighter in comparison. Likewise, for Chanel No 5 L’Eau which is so much lighter and easier on the nose compared to the original iconic perfume.

Twilly d’Hermes is arriving now at counters and can be purchased online at nordstrom.com and sephora.com.

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  • Lorrie

    Just received a sample of this today. While I’m not in their demographic, it’s a lovely clean light scent. Tuberose is definitely present, which I usually reach for, but not really smelling the ginger. I also got Gucci Bloom, another tuberose, but this one is just ok. I’m sure I have ones similar.