Due Perfume by Laura Biagiotti, Due perfume, by Laura Biagiotti, was launched in 2006 as the female counterpart of Due cologne . Through its main scent accords, this side of the pairing represents the feminine aspects of a romantic relationship. This complex and opulent fragrance is full of scent notes that don’t discern a top, middle or base. The most noticeable notes are floral accents of rose and magnolia followed by woody traces of sandalwood and balsam. It’s also possible to pick up orange blossom, jasmine and mandarin notes. The pink colored packaging accentuates the character of the perfume.
In 1965 Laura Biagiotti followed in her mother’s footsteps by starting her own design house, after leaving behind a possible future in archaeology. Starting with clothing and moving into fragrances by 1982, the company continues to produce best-selling scents for both men and women. Working in partnership with American company Proctor & Gamble, the Italian company produces fragrances in collaboration with famous perfumers such as Ellen Betrix, Annick Mendaro and Sophie Labbe.