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'S' I'm sure here is representative of a last-second swerve in direction as the Escada train switches tracks, narrowly avoiding the gaping chasm for which they seemed destined. While still a fruity floral like most all of their others, S is at least novel. The gourmand accord is subtle and for a while I can 'see' a candied rose dessert. The drydown is woodier and classier than the opening would have you believe. Part Rock 'N' Rose and part V Absolu by Valentino, and a little like Belle en Rykiel without the coffee tones. This is pretty good.
01st May, 2011