Coty embarks on new fragrance journey with Chloé Nomade Nuit D’Égypte

By Trbusiness Editor |

Chloé Nomade Nuit d’Égypte

The new fragrance makes its GTR debut this month.

Coty Prestige has unveiled a new fragrance from the house of Chloé. Nomade Nuit d’Égypte is launching into European travel retail this month, followed by Asia Pacific doors in March.

The original Nomade fragrance was created to capture the confidence and freedom associated with the spirit of Chloé. This latest incarnation was inspired by the homeland of the maison’s founder, Gaby Aghion, who was born in Alexandria.

Egypt remained a key influence for the designer, who explained: “The colours I see in my mind’s eye are all shades from Egypt. Egypt is a colour for me. It has the most beautiful sand I have ever seen, taking on a beige-tinted pink hue and flowing like silk between the fingers. I brought the colours of Egypt over with me.”

Nomade Nuit d’Égypte channels kyphi – the first known perfume from ancient Egypt, which was burnt by priests to honour the god Ra. Fragrance nose Juliette Karagueuzoglou has revisited kyphi, modernising it with a selection of base ingredients mentioned in ancient recipes. The result is an edp formulated with 90% natural origin ingredients.

Top notes of myrrh, ginger, cinnamon, broom flower nectar, cypriol and opopanax give way to a heart of interpreted kyphi and orange blossom, atop a vanilla base.

Nomade Nuit d’Égypte is presented in the signature Nomade flacon, adorned around the neck with a knot of “Egyptian blue”. In line with Chloé’s commitment to sustainability, the flacon is made from 15% recycled glass, while 40% recycled cardboard is used for the FSC-certified outer carton.

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