Look for banana

Unexpected fruits feature (and play up our want of milky finishes), while tried-and-trues get a twist. To begin, look for banana. “It’s the fruit that pairs the best with jasmine notes—it brings fun, creaminess, and a touch of green vibrancy,” says [Arnaud Guggenbuhl of Givaudan], referencing Marc Jacobs’s new Daisy Wild Eau de Parfum. “The other ‘It fruit’ is mango, thanks to its pulpiness and lactonic facet, it brings a comforting escapism feeling.” Citrus notes will come candied or expressed through ginger, and fresh scents come treated with bitter rhubarb or fruity lychee accents.

— Read more in Milk, Savory Gourmands, and Solar Notes: 6 Trends Defining the Fragrance Space Right Now at Vogue. Hat tip to ceelouise!


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