Lady Emblem Perfume by Mont Blanc, Lady Emblem is a women’s chypre fruity perfume with sweet, fruity, and rose main accords.
Announced in 2015, the fragrance starts with rose, marmalade, red currant, and peach head notes, then moves on to heart notes of rosewood, patchouli, and sandalwood. Raspberry and musk base notes finish this composition. Best for spring day wear, this scent has moderate longevity and sillage. The flacon shape is inspired by diamonds and has a soft pink exterior.
Mont Blanc is the German company known for its writing instruments and luxury goods. It was founded in 1908 in Hamburg as the Simplo Filler Pen Company, with the name changing in 1934 to its current moniker, which comes from a pen produced in 1910. The company added leather goods, such as notebooks and writing cases, to its offerings. Richemont is the current owner of the brand, which began releasing fragrances in 2001. Inter Parfums holds the fragrance license.