Gianfranco Ferre’ Rose Perfume

When he gave birth to the Ferre Rose fragrance, Gianfranco Ferre inteded to evoke the femininity, rich in elegance and grace.

“Sparkling and capturing a sense of femininity through the elegance and vitality intrinsic to flowers comes natural, it’s almost inevitable. A femininity that is sophisticated and sensual, joyous and intense, variously energetic and calm. A femininity that will equal naturalness brings to my mind the sublime and passionate grace of women of the orient…” –
Gianfranco Ferre

Ferre Rose is a vibrant new and fresh fragrance devoted to the universe of flowers. Described as the ‘undisputed symbol of femininity’, the scent is said to be inspired from a ‘precious and aristocratic’ hybrid of the tea rose.

The beautifully shaped flacon has a soft pink nuance that suggest femininity. In the cap and the packaging, there are hints of gold interplay with pink to accentuate Ferre Rose’s supremely feminine appeal.

Gianfranco Ferre Rose Perfume

Ferre’ Rose was created by Karine Dubreuil. With all the irresistible impact of an ode to youth and femininity, it blends the deliciously vibrant notes of a fruit cocktail with the sparkling freshness of red berries and the magnetic potency of Kuchinashi Flower (or Japanese Gardenia).

The heart draws force from an aquatic scent and a delicate floral bouquet, exuding a sublime accord of Princess (de Monaco) Rose as the core ingredient, Water Hyacinth and Freesia that ultimately fades out in an explosion of precious woods, Musk and Sandalwood.


The scent features top notes of Sicilian bergamot, Spanish sweet orange, Mexican lemon, wild blackberries and green apple. There are a few notes of other ingredients like wood lilac, pear flowers, white magnolia and violet leaves. Finally, there is a dry down of sandalwood, tender musks and palissander wood.

Ferré Rose is available as a 30ml, 50ml and 100ml spray. A 200ml Body Lotion is available as well.

Click here to buy the Ferre Rose Perfume.

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