By  on December 10, 2010

Juicy red fruits and feminine florals emerge as key notes in the first batch of springtime scents for her.

Vera Wang Preppy Princess
The newest Princess inWang’s court delivers anedgy classicism, openingwith a lively blend oftangerine and crushedberries before revealing aheart of honeysuckle andjasmine. ($75; Dillard’s, Macy’s)

Ed Hardy Born Wild

Designed for the adventure-seeking and free-spirited,this effervescent blendcontains notes of cassisbuds, dewberry, peachblossom and magnolia. Anoriginal tat design by thedon himself adorns the pinkflacon. ($75; Lord & Taylor, Macy’s)

Playboy Play It Spicy
One in a trio from theiconic bunny brand, PlayIt Spicy is a piquant blendof Bellini cocktail, pinkberries, passionfl ower andpomegranate designed tobe worn once the sun goesdown. ($17; CVS, Walgreens)

Halle Berry Reveal

For her third fragrance, thesuperstar opted for a fusionof flowers and woods,billed as an interpretationof a woman’s complexity.Berry’s favorite flower, themimosa, opens the scent,while a blend of peach,honeydew, red berries andcashmere woods deliversa fruity, musky finish.($35; Wal-Mart)

Dominique Ropion Editions De Parfums Frédéric Malle Portrait Of A Lady
Released in honor ofthe niche brand’s 10thanniversary, this modernoriental scent is a synthesisof benzoin, musk andpatchouli under notesof Turkish rose and redraspberry. Meant toexpress the stoic silenceof a woman’s portrait, thefragrance’s compositionwas a collaborationbetween Malle and perfumerDominique Ropion. ($200;Editions de Parfums Frédéric Malle)

Elizabeth Arden Pretty Hot
This provocative iteration ofthe brand’s original Prettyscent is a bold blend ofred currant, blood orange,red peony and red apple.Created by Givaudan’sClaude Dir, it also includesnotes of belle de nuit, anight-blossoming flowernative to the perfumer’shome in the South ofFrance. ($65; Macy’s)


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