This April, Penhaligon’s will release Tralala, a new fragrance inspired by the fantastical universe of Edward Meadham and Benjamin Kirchhoff. Meadham Kirchhoff have a long history of working with Penhaligon’s, their last nine shows at London Fashion Week have had a scented catwalk. Using scents such as Bluebell, Castile, English Fern and my personal favourite, Cornubia to add a little something extra to the mood of the collection. Tralala is an opulent, hedonistic blend created by Master Perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour. Bertrand immersed himself in the designers East London studio to capture the very essence of Penhaligon’s muses. Intriguingly addictive, Tralala evokes the interplay of glamour and retrospection favoured by Meadham Kirchhoff. Saffron, whiskey, ambrette seed and green violet weave through carnation, orris, tuberose and ylang ylang, layered over soft and supple leather, resins and balsams, dusted with the sensuous and powdery note of heliotrope. Dazzlingly bright and sublimely sensual, Tralala is a beguiling and addictive piece of counter culture couture. Head Notes: Aldehydes, Saffron, Whiskey, Ambrette Seed Butter, Galbanum, Violet Leaf Absolute. Heart Notes: Carnation, Leather, Tuberose, Ylang Ylang, Orris, Incense. Base Notes: Myrrh Resinoid, Opoponax Absolute, Patchouli, Vetiver, Cedarwood, Heliotrope, Musk, Vanilla. This perfume will be exclusively available from the 21st April from Harvey Nichols. From 5th May it will be sold in Penhaligon’s boutiques and online at www.penhaligons.com. I have smelt a tiny tester of this perfume and it is rich, dark and glamorous. I absolutely adore it and obviously I’m a Meadham Kirchhoff fiend, so this is hot on my wishlist!