Poppy Girl Goes Floral This Fall

This fall, Coach introduces the new Poppy Flower to its fragrance collection. Vibrant and lighthearted,
Poppy Flower mixes bright fruits with soft florals to explore the romantic side of the Coach Poppy
sensibility. Designed to inspire a mood of whimsical beauty, Poppy Flower is a chic, feminine
blend, which takes fruits and florals to a unique place by layering them between fresh herbal notes
and warm hints of musk and exotic woods.

• The foundation is a refreshing mix of wet ivy, citrus, lychee and cassis.
• Jasmine petals, water lily and rose round out the sweetness of the fruits
with breezy, feminine notes.
• Sheer, musky peony lends luxurious depth.
• Sugared raspberry, amberwood, musk, apricot skin and soft sandalwood finish
the scent with a blushing, youthful twist.

“Coach Poppy Flower has been created around the Poppy aesthetic, incorporating a fresh and lighthearted
spirit with a kaleidoscope of sparkling fruity notes,” says Karyn Khoury, Estee Lauder Companies Senior
Vice President of Corporate Fragrance Development Worldwide. “The Poppy girl is bright and bold—and
instantly memorable. It follows then that her fragrance is equally unique and unforgettable.”

Poppy Flowerwill launch exclusively at Coach stores and coach.com beginning July 2011 and will roll out to
fine departmentstores in August 2011 in the following sizes, for the following suggested retail prices:

Eau de Parfum, 3.4 oz. $85
Eau de Parfum, 1.7 oz. $65
Eau de Parfum, 1.0 oz. $45
Also available in the Poppy Flower collection:
Body lotion, 5.0 oz. $38
Eau de Parfum dual rollerball, .17 oz. $22

How gorgeous is this bottle?  I bet it smells as pretty as it looks!  I love my Coach accessories so I bet my money that I will love their parfum as well!

I’m ready to display this on my vanity!

Images and information provided by PR

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