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Revealed at Vogue Fashion´s Night Out 2015, the refreshing gin cocktail "030 Berlin" was developed in cooperation between FRAU TONIS PARFUM und The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin. "030 Berlin" features an aromatic Earl Grey Gin with notes of fresh lemon, cedar wood and spicy Cardamom.
The Ritz-Carlton, Berlin´s head Bartender took the inspiration for the cocktail from the Frau Tonis perfume of the same name, a scent which was created as an olfactory dedication to the city Berlin.
Three great cities, three unmistakable fragrances: the KaDeWe Group has commissioned a series of special edition perfumes for the Alsterhaus in Hamburg, the Oberpollinger in Munich, and the KaDeWe in Berlin. The unusual task was awarded to the Berlin-based perfumery Frau Tonis Parfum due to its expertise in creating extraordinary perfumes – now bringing the zeitgeist of German metropolises into perfume bottles for the KaDeWe Premium Group.
No strangers to the northern and southern German metropolises, the scent experts began by collecting the special characteristics specific to each city in order to “construct” unique perfumes that “set themselves apart from the mainstream,” Stefanie Hanssen of Frau Tonis Parfum explains. Berlin smells vibrant and spicy: Bergamot paired with lemon und floral notes of water lilies, cedar wood and cardamom combine in an extraordinary way.
Hamburg on the other hand is clear, cool and elegant and adorns itself with maritime notes, spicy mint, fragrant sandalwood and iris. And Munich? Munich is radiant! Bergamot, white tea, and rose are rounded off with fresh coriander, amber, and musk. Does Stefanie Hanssen have a favorite among the three special edition scents commissioned by the KaDeWe Group? “Each of the three scents has its own secret that makes it beautiful and unique. However, as a Berliner, I’ve really learned to love Munich. I really enjoy the opulence of its bouquet!”.
It all started with a whiff of petrol: No one could deny that inseparable link between the automobile and the smell of petrol. But what about modern electric cars? Are they devoid of any smell?
Car manufacturer Volkswagen Pkw has given this question some thought and commissioned a perfume from the Berlin-based perfumery Frau Tonis Parfum that not only brings back such old memories but also sets olfactory trends for the future.
The result resonates poetically: "Mémoire de Pétrole." The top note features a faint hint of petrol that quickly gives way to green violet, iris, pepper and leather. The scent's energy is young and creative - much like the e-car generation.
Pink pepper, cedar, patchouli and amber combined with sandalwood and spring-like tulips. A perfume of spicy and tantalising aroma. A perfume for those who not only appreciate TUSH, but also have a passion for fine fragrances.
FRAU TONIS PARFUM is a proud sponsor of the up and coming Berlin based fashion label PERRET SCHAAD. PERRET SCHAAD had its eagerly awaited debut at the Berlin Fashion Week 2010. The label is a collaboration between Johanna Perret (26 years) and Tutia Schaad (27 years), who recently graduated from the University of Fine Arts Weißensee in Berlin. Their trademark is a straightforward and innovative style heavily influenced by Jil Sander’s early designs.
Before founding their own label Johanna and Tutia gathered experience in the world of high fashion working with Gaspard Yurkievich, Daisuke Nagata and Givenchy in Paris. Tutia was also able to witness the creative process behind Ricardo Tisci’s Haute Couture for Givenchy. Just how were they able to present their clothing line at Berlin Fashion Week only days after graduating? The design duo first caught IMG’s attention at the Baltic Fashion Awards and at createurope which led to their invitation to Berlin Fashion Week Autumn 2010.
Stefanie Hanssen and Christoph Niedermeier are thrilled to collaborate with PERRET SCHAAD for an exceptional show. German Vogue lauds “Bravo!” The expectations for PERRET SCHAAD’s debut were high but the pieces shown managed to exceed all previous expectations.