Burberry’s The Beat for women was released in March 2008. The parfumeurs in charge of this creation are Dominique Ropion, Olivier Polge and Beatrice Piquet, who enriched this perfume with the notes of tea from Ceylon, iris, bluebell, bergamot, cardamom, pink pepper, mandarin, light musk, vetiver and cedar. This perfume has connection with music, because the perfemeurs created it on the concept of music from Kasabian’s album: Dirty Pretty Things, Razorlight, the Arctic Monkeys and The Fratellis, illustrating the mood introduced by The Beat. Baron and Bailey designed the bottle for the Beat and it respresents an enlarged version of Burberry’s checked pattern painted on a scarft, which was worn by Deyn in the commercial.
About the brand:
Founded in 1856, Burberry is a trusted luxury design house, world famous for its accessories, tartan patterns, and sturdy trench coats . Their famous motifs are often copied and imitated across the globe; however, none can match the quality of this staple of British fashion. Their fragrances match many qualities of their apparel: classic, long-lasting, and elegant.
|Concentration||Eau de Parfum|
|Year of Launch||2008|
|Notes||Top Note Pink pepper Tangerine Cardamoms Albargmot Heart Note Tea Flowers Lilies Bellflower Base Note White musk Vetiver Wood rice|