I’ve previously blogged about the BSQ Natural Couture range and their ethos here. I really enjoyed the White Amber fragrance I was sent to review and I was delighted when Bergamot Noir arrived at my door.
This time round Berkeley Square have collaborated with the RNIB (Royal National Institute of Blind People) to create a perfume inspired by the Golden Age of Couture. Bergamot & Neroli on a base of amber and wood. Another gorgeous bottle, this time black glass. It’s really lovely and well priced at £25 for 30ml of Eau de Parfum.
For the Launch of Bergamot Noir the RNIB and BSQ have created the Scents and Sensibility to celebrate the work of blind and partially sighted artists. The fragrance was bought to life by six artists working across the mediums of painting, sculpture, installation art and photography to form a one off exhibition and artworks for auction. The virtual version of this auction goes live this month on www.bsquare.co.uk and www.rnib.co.uk as well as the online auction of the artwork at www.givinglots.co.uk to raise funds for the RNIB.
This is a beautiful fragrance, very womanly and a little bit daring. Well worth checking out and stocked in www.houseoffraser.co.uk.
Disclosure - PR Sample