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Airy and bright, CH L’Eau offers a fresh and delicate aura, with a trail of lemon blossom, orange, freesia, rose, jasmine, lily and violet. The base notes finish in warm and pleasant caressing heliotrope, cinnamon and sandalwood.
The new successor CH L’Eau is available in a cylindrical glass bottle filled with a gentle pink fluid, designed to be reminiscent of the classic version. It is available as 50 ml and 100 ml Eau Fraiche. The stopper is completed with a lovely pendant featuring the brand’s insignia. The fragrance will become available this spring. CH L`Eau was launched in 2011.
Average Retail Price From: R560.00
Exotic floral-fruity fragrance Euphoria was launched in 2005. The fragrance is luminous and luscious like fruits notes of which are captured in it. Euphoria is mysterious and appealing like dark exotic flowers. It invites you to enjoy in joys of life. The main notes are rose hip, Japanese apple, green leaves, Lotus, black orchid, red woods, black violet and amber. Euphoria was created by Dominique Ropion, Carlos Benaim and Loc Dong in 2005.
Average Retail Price From: R580.00
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Anyone that knows me well, knows that I am absolutely in love with all things butterfly. My day has just been made! I found these amazing pedants and jewellery from Papillon Belle. I’m hoping to order soon!
“The average butterfly only lives between 1 day and 4 weeks, so I wanted to find a way to immortalize these beautiful creatures in pendants that can be handed down from generation to generation. The result is a unique range of jewellery made from exotic butterfly wings set in a sterling silver frame. You can choose to set the wing in glass or acrylic perspex. The wings are magically iridescent and constantly change colour as they interact with light. Both the front and back of the wing are visible and these are usually completely different.
The butterflies used in my jewellery are sourced from an organization that manages sustainable farming projects all over the world. The organization currently supports 125 people in 23 different countries.
Agricultural development has caused the natural habitat of a lot of butterfly species to become threatened, and their populations started dwindling. Farming programs were therefore started to enable farmers from third world countries to keep the rain forests on their land intact, while still providing a livelihood that paid better than mono-cultural crops. The breeding program enables thousands of butterflies to be bred. A portion of the butterflies are caught and sold, and the money generated from the sales ensures that the tropical forests, which are vital to their survival, are preserved.
By purchasing my jewellery, you are not only doing your bit for the environment, you are also providing employment for the families in third world countries who breed and raise these delicate creatures.”
This write up and photos from their website: http://www.papillonbelle.com
I love butterflies, and try to incorporate it (tastefully) where possible.
Here are some of my favourite butterfly shoes, most are from Alexander McQueen.