When The House of Hermès calls on you to party with them in Tokyo, there's only one thing you need to say. Yaasss! It's going to be lit!
Millennial language much? But that's what Hermès in-house perfumer Christine Nagel is aiming for - the new Twilly d'Hermès is specially crafted for the younger women and is an intoxicating blend of boldness, versatility and nonconformist style. Composed with notes of ginger, tuberose and sandalwood, Hermès latest fragrance is also inspired from the playfulness and impertinence of young women who do so much with the luxury house's vibrant twillys.
Beautifully designed with a black hat like stopper, the peach square glass bottle features a narrow silk twilly spaghetti around the neck, almost resembling the effortless style of a French girl who ties her twilly at the nape of her neck. In the fragrance's spirit of freedom, the silk spaghetti (comes free as a separate accessory with the 85ml bottle) is meant to be worn however you want - adorn the handles of your favourite bag, dress it up in your hair, tie it to strap tops or even wear it around your dog's neck. Just about anything will do, as long as you wear it your own way.
Watch how I wear my twilly spaghettis below!