Escada Sexy Graffiti Perfume by Escada, Designed by Laurent Bruyere in 2002, Escada Sexy Graffiti is a delicate scent comprised of fruity and floral accords.
Top notes of strawberry, black currant, raspberry, and pink grapefruit create a gourmand accord that is sweet and slightly zesty. Cassia blends with the fruity notes to add a hint of herbal earthiness. The heart of the fragrance adds a floralcy accord, as it is comprised of violet, red peony, lily, and lily-of-the-valley. Vanilla adds a creaminess to the base of the perfume, and because it is combined with cashmere wood and musk, the overall scent has a subtle woody undertone that grounds it.
Since its creation in 1978, the fashion house Escada has been known for releasing unique styles. In 1990, the company begin launching fragrances and quickly became known for producing rich scents that are delightfully youthful. Each aroma is encased in a colorful bottle that is as unique as the scent inside.