Boss Runway Edition 2015 Fragrances

Three of Boss' best selling women fragrances have been given the catwalk treatment, the fragrance inside remains the same but the packaging has been adorned with fashion sketches. Three statement scents, three statement looks he day dress, the tuxedo and the evening gown inspired by BOSS Womenswear Artistic Director Jason Wu's d├ębut collection. Chic and utterly collectable, with each illustration embodying the chosen scent.

Boss Runway Edition 2015 Fragrances

Boss Jour Pour Femme (white bottle) is a light, airy, white floral blend with notes of freesia, lily of the valley and honeysuckle, coupled with lime and grapefruit. It is uplifting, modern, carefree yet elegant and perfectly illustrated by the elegant, ivory silk dress Boss fashion illustration.

Boss Ma Vie Pour Femme (peach bottle) is seen to be the perfect complement to work wear hence the tailored, tuxedo jacket fashion sketch on the bottle and outer packaging. Again this is a floral fragrance but with stronger green notes and more warmth. Notes include cactus flower, pink freesia, jasmine, rose, complimented by warm wood accords.

Lastly there is Boss Nuit Pour Femme (black bottle) which of course is the fragrance aimed at night wear, beautifully illustrated by the iconic, classic black evening gown. Much like a little black dress, Boss Nuit Pour Femme has been created to be a fail safe yet powerful addition to any wardrobe, fragrance or otherwise. Out of the three scents, Boss Nuit Pour Femme is the most sensual and intense yet still an easy to wear sparkling floral, notes include jasmine, violet, crystalline moss and sandalwood.

I like to think of the Boss Runway Edition 2015 Fragrances as a ready made, classic fragrance wardrobe with something for every occasion and taste. Each scent beautifully compliments one and other, much like the fashion sketches chosen to adorn the bottles the Boss Runway Edition 2015 Fragrances will never go out of style.

You can purchase all three of the Boss Runway Edition 2015 Fragrances via the House of Fraser for £50/50ml each - link.

This post contains press samples.