Nina is a graceful and romantic perfume that we no longer present. The latter was created in 2006 and has become a staple of the Nina Ricci house. Its gourmet scents come out of the imagination of perfumer Olivier Cresp and have not aged a bit since their release. And yet, this feminine perfume has been flooding the perfume market for ten years now. Also, Nina Ricci decided to make this party a big event. This is how the beginning of 2016 will see the appearance of a most festive version of the little apple. Welcome to the new Nina Pop !
Nina, a staple of Nina Ricci
Nina is a floral and gourmet fragrancereminiscent of the smell of a candy apple. Also, if you like this essence, you will be reassured to know that it will absolutely not be modified on the occasion of this anniversary. As a reminder, its flight is made on an accord of caipirinha with sweet freshness. His heart, meanwhile, associates the gluttony of praline with the sensuality of peony. This is also where the scent of the red apple takes place. Finally, the base is more woody and deep. Nina embodies a pretty young woman, fresh and dapper, a sort of modern day heroine with an innate romanticism. This was then embodied by the model Ruslana Korshunova. In the commercial, we saw the beauty there, crossing a mountain of red apples until reaching the forbidden fruit, the famous bottle of Nina. The universe was enchanting and worthy of all the magic of an Alice in Wonderland-like tale. Also, it is precisely this atmosphere that will evolve on the occasion of its ten years. This time, Nina adopts more pop tunes and surfs on the arty trend.
The freshness of Nina Pop
On the occasion of this anniversary, Nina Riccidecided to change the look and atmosphere of Nina. Also, although gasoline is already ten years old, it seems almost rejuvenated by its new look. The task was entrusted to the French artist Coco. She reworked the design of the bottle. It will therefore be sold in a limited edition in a white lacquered shade. However, it takes on a very festive air and is covered with colored dots giving off a very pop-art rendering. In addition, the brand has chosen to open a temporary store to be held on the edge of the Marais district in Paris, within the Imprimerie. There, the atmosphere will be just as arty and promises to appeal to a fairly young clientele, already quite addicted if we are to believe the three million fans on the perfume’s Facebook page. Within the boutique, it will then be possible to afford a manicure from the Simone house, to taste cakes with the effigy of the perfume sold by the Pâtisserie de Rêve, or to drink tea inspired by Nina created by the brand Théodor. Sundays will be devoted to photo shoots. Finally, the opposite would have been surprising, you can of course find the perfume Nina in classic edition or in limited edition.