Ted Baker launch Langley and Pashion in February

by Grant Osborne, 17th January, 2011

British fashion house, Ted Baker, are launching two new fragrances this February: Langley for women, and Pashion for Men. The fragrances are being launched with licencee KMI.

Pashion is housed in a clear bottle with absinthe coloured juice. Top notes include bergamot and citrus, the heart contains ginger, pink pepper, fennel, pimento berry and tea, and the dry down features of cedarwood, leather, olibanum and amber.

Langley has top notes of sweet bergamot, ginger and pink pepper, a heart of petitgrain, green tea and orange flower. The base contains notes of musk, cedarwood and vetiver. Langley's juice is 'wisteria purple'.

From February, Langley and Pashion will be available from Ted Baker stockists from 26.

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    • Francop | 17th January 2011 13:41

      Nice bottles; hopefully the juice will also be alluring...:cheesy: