Miu Miu Fleur D’Argent: a new perfume that is as femme and fun as Twiddlywinks

Miu Miu Fleur D’Argent: a new perfume that is as femme and fun as Twiddlywinks

The new Miu Miu Fleur D’Argent perfume embraces the floral-loving flirt.

First Impression

Who can resist the packaging? That modern Plexi topper and the retro-inspired flask with its matelassé design, which this time around glimmers with a molten-silver sheen. Current, cool and collectible. You really do want to know what this new Miu Miu fragrance smells like.

So we spritzed.

The Facts

Designer Miuccia Prada worked alongside perfumer Daniela Andrier to craft this fourth iteration of the Miu Miu perfume lineup. It follows its fragrance lineage from the original Eau de Parfum, L’Eau Bleue and L’Eau Rosée, and keeps its young, signature musk and Akigalawood essence, but layers on an overdose of tuberose to spin things in an heady, fresh direction.

[Listen to perfumer Daniela Andrier—creator of such spritzes as Prada Candy and Maison Margiela, speak about the art of fragrance: perfume as the spiritual collision between nature and humanity. Love.]

The Eye Candy

This little-sister-to-Prada brand is all about style and sass—on the runway and off. This newest campaign is no different. We see our heroine, played by Stacy Martin and a kitten (yes, a kitten), captured by photographer Alasdair McLellan, and by Rebecca Zlotowski for the fragrance film.

The Miu Miu perfume lineup includes the original, plus L’Eau Bleue, L’Eau Rosee, and now Fleur D’Argent.

The Bottom Line

We’re always fans of bold and opinionated perfume statements and the addition of tuberose in this fragrance is definitely bold. But we like how this perfume lives on the skin, how it dries down and softens to a warm floral that is super-wearable. It’s not our absolute favourite of the brand’s portfolio, but for fans of white florals, it’s spot on. It does, of course, win style points. Who can deny that this little bottle would look great on any dressing table?

The rating: ★★1/2/★★★★★

Miu Miu Fleur d’Argent Eau de Parfum Absolue, $165 (100 ml)/$105 (50 mL); exclusively at Sephora

Discover also the notes of Miu Miu L’Eau Bleu in our Fragrance Buying Guide. 

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Deborah Fulsang has spent the last two decades as a journalist covering news and trends in the worlds of style—in fashion and beauty, design and décor, food and entertaining. Her long-held love of fragrance led her to launch The Whale & The Rose, a destination for all things perfume-related. Now, when she indulges in a crazy-expensive bottle of fragrance, she can do so guilt-free. Well almost. It’s all in the name of research after all.