The traditional Italian House Prada has been synonymous with high level in design since its founding in 1913. After a period of decline in the mid-20th century, the firm was reborn from its ashes in the hands of Miuccia Prada, less than its creator Mario granddaughter. And it managed to position itself at the top of the luxury industry, becoming reference undisputed avant-garde and tasteful. Within this framework, it is not surprising that each perfume presented by the traditional house under the leadership of Miuccia (some even developed by herself) holds the same refined blend of classicism, sophistication and Vanguard which is the personal seal of the influential Designer. When in the year 2006 was announced the launch of Prada Tendre fragrance, many believed that this would be a version, precisely, most delicate of Prada Intense, seductive elixir created by signing a year earlier. Nothing farthest from reality. Prada Tendre is a fragrance almost as intense as its predecessor, a deceptively innocent and fresh fruit output which gives way to a disturbing heart of cardamom from Guatemala, Haiti vetiver and Jasmine from the India tea leaves.
Notes base, Indian sandalwood, cedar from Virginia, and patchouli from Indonesia completed a woody cocktail and sensual that harvest by equal love and hate, so radical, fascinating and avant-garde creations that Miuccia Prada shows each season on the catwalk. After the success of the two versions of Prada, and its irresistible packaging that imitates an old decorative, Miuccia was surprised once again diving into the source of the creations of the family business. This is how emerged the elegant series of infusions, fragrances based on the oldest technique of extraction of essences (precisely, the infusion). With male and female versions, from 2007 to this part Prada has released their infusions of iris, tuberous, vetiver and orange blossom. All are similar in their solid and charming glass vials, homage to old perfume containers, but each one has a personality as exquisite as their own.