Now Blooming: Escada Cherry In The Air Klaudia Tirico
Every year, Washington D.C. hosts the National Cherry Blossom Festival with a three week- long celebration to commemorate 3,000 cherry trees that were gifted by Mayor Yukio Ozaki of Tokyo in 1912. This year, Escada has joined the party as the one and only fragrance sponsor of the Festival. Their latest fragrance, Cherry In The Air, has launched just in time for the celebration and is the ideal tie-in to the blooming cherry blossoms that can be found all around Washington D.C.Photo by: Escada
The Scent Klaudia Tirico
If there is one fragrance that will leave you daydreaming of bike rides in a sunny field, it's Escada Cherry In The Air. The limited-edition scent gives you a burst of fruity aromas in the most unique way. Inspired by - you guessed it - cherry blossoms, the scent evokes pure and utter happiness to anyone who wears it. What more could you ask for in a spring/summer fragrance?
The scent comes in a .25 oz rollerball for $20 and 1.6 oz bottle for $56. Buy it here.Photo by: Escada
The Notes Klaudia Tirico
The delightful, yet delicate combination of notes opens up with a burst of black cherry, raspberry and mandarin. The fruity accords are followed by hints of marshmallow, gardenia, coconut orchid, sandalwood, suede accord and Oakwood. If you're into a delicious gourmand blend, Cherry In The Air is for you.Photo by: Klaudia Kaczmarek
The Packaging Klaudia Tirico
Cherry In The Air is housed in the iconic Escada bottle shape and features a cherry ring charm that doubles as jewelry. The outer packaging was hand illustrated by acclaimed French illustrator Margot Mace. Margot's Parisian-chic design features a beautiful blonde riding around on her bicycle on a summer day. The drawing and colors give off a naturally happy vibe, just like the scent itself.Photo by: Escada
The Festival Klaudia Tirico
Over 1.5 million people visit Washington D.C. for the National Cherry Blossom Festival, which offers plenty of fun, family events that everyone can enjoy. From boat and bike tours along the blossoms and monuments, to parades and fireworks, Washington D.C. is where to kick off spring. The Festival is going on now through April 14. Visit the National Cherry Blossom Festival site for more information and a schedule of events.
Photo by: Klaudia Kaczmarek