March fragrance launches: Nina Ricci, Marc Jacobs, Guerlain, the Beckhams

Here are the coming month's biggest international perfume releases.

Women's prestige

Nina Ricci perfumes are launching their first limited edition, Ricci Ricci Dancing Ribbon, a flanker to the Ricci Ricci scent. The fragrance, which comes in a beautifully adorned flacon, will include notes of raspberry, rhubarb, ginger, Beauty of the Night, tuberose, Centifolia rose, patchouli and sandalwood.
http://www.ninaricci.com

Another limited-edition series comes courtesy of Marc Jacobs: the latest collection of his Splash fragrances, Splash Cocktail, were inspired by typical summer cocktail flavors: ginger, cranberry, and curacao.
http://www.marcjacobs.com

Following the releases of Shalimar Ode à la Vanille, Fleur de Shalimar, Eau de Shalimar, and Shalimar Eau Légère, Guerlain has readied its next follow-up to the iconic fragrance Shalimar: Shalimar Parfum Initial will smell of bergamot, orange, rose, jasmine, iris, patchouli, vetiver, vanilla, tonka bean and white musk.
http://www.guerlain.com

BCBG Max Azria will launch its first fragrance for women in March.
http://www.bcbg.com

Niche

As part of its limited-edition Soliflore collection, Annick Goutal will launch Le Mimosa in March, featuring notes of peach, anise, iris, mimosa, sandalwood and white musk.
http://www.annickgoutal.com

By Kilian will release Incense Oud, another scent of its amber and musk-based series Arabian Nights. Pure Oud and Rose Oud are already on the market from the same collection, and two more are in the works.
http://www.bykilian.com

Diptyque celebrates its perfumes' 50th anniversary with the launch of new scent 34 Boulevard Saint Germain, which is the address of the brand's original boutique in Paris.
http://www.diptyqueparis.com

Celebrity

Power couple David and Victoria Beckham will introduce their new fragrance, Signature Summer. The women's version includes water lily, freesia, violet, jasmine, madonna lily, frangipani, vanilla cream, vetiver and musk, while the men's features tangerine, pomelo, violet leaf, lotus, saffron, orris, musk, patchouli and amber.
http://www.beckham-fragrances.com

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