Fragrance description Christian Audigier Ed Hardy Love & Luck Woman
Christian Audigier Ed Hardy Love & Luck is a refreshing floral-fruity fragrance ideal mainly for spring and summer days thanks to its pleasant lightness and coolness. Its flacon may evoke Japanese Oriental elements, but mainly it's a symbol of uncommonness and uniqueness of this fragrance, just like Japan is a unique country.
Ed Hardy Love & Luck immediately draws your attention by its delicious and juicy aroma of fruits, mainly fresh orange. The cooling chords of this fruity fragrance gradually merge with the aroma of sweet fruits and with tones of nectarines. Essences of other fruits softly join these tones, often so tender that they remind of the aroma of flowers. These are accents of cherry, plum, and blackcurrant. A light tinge of mysteriousness and the Orient is then provided by tones of jasmine underlined by and full of life thanks to warm sandal wood. The essence of dry patchouli then make this fragrance very original.
This perfume is an irresistibly delicious and optimistic aroma which will make you smile. A light, pleasantly uncomplicated, and joyful aroma. Ed Hardy Love & Luck is a fragrance you can rely on to make you feel happy. Thanks to the dominance of fruity fragrances in combination with a tinge of the Oriental elements it's a unique and absolutely original perfume.
Ed Hardy Love & Luck is designed for girls and ladies who are not afraid to be themselves, are unique, and have their own style which this perfume perfectly emphasizes.
Ed Hardy Love & Luck provides you with energy every day. Ideal for everyday use at school, in the office, and for times spent with your friends. It won't disappoint you at any party where it will be refreshing and full of energy of ripe fruits.
- Base notes
- Cedar, Musk, Patchouli, Sandalwood
- Middle notes
- Currant, Jasmine, Nectarine, Pepper, Plum
- Top notes
- Bergamot, Orange, Wood
- Fragrance category
- floral, fruity
About the brand Christian Audigier
Christian Audigier fragrance | Don Ed Hardy, one of the most famous tattoo artists in the world, was the first American to use Japanese art in his tattoo designs. In 2004, the fashion designer Christian Audigier bought the rights to create a fashion line inspired by Ed Hardy’s work, which later became very popular among people like David Beckham, Madonna, Britney Spears, Kanye West and others. A few years later, Christian Audigier also started producing Ed Hardy fragrances, notable mainly for the design of their packaging.