Hanae, a scent as simple as happiness
She will then embark on studies of design and sewing. His style is a harmonious blend of eastern and western culture. Hanae Mori often collaborates with Japanese filmmakers. She would have thus created more than 700 costumes for the cinema. She entered the world of perfumery in 1955 with “Butterfly”, a very bucolic essence. In 1996, Hanae Mori presented “Hanae”, a simple first name for a fragrance that symbolizes happiness.
The world of Hanae Mori
With “Butterfly”, Hanae Mori had revealed to us secrets about her childhood and the life she had as a child. With “Hanae”, Hanae Mori continues on the register of intimacy, of the personal. In each of her creations, Hanae Mori mixes her roots and her discoveries in order to obtain a very personal result. In all her creations, Hanae Mori adds a touch of the West as well as a touch of playfulness. This is why we see sparkling dresses embroidered with butterflies or raspberry-colored kimonos. Like “Butterfly”, the secret garden of “Hanae” abounds with enchanting scents. The tender color of the nectar and the small white flowers symbolize the happiness contained in a bride’s bouquet.
Hanae’s ultra joyful notes
With “Hanae”, the Japanese designer wanted an ultra joyful fragrance, which is full of happiness, that of a bride and two beings who unite. The bucolic and poetic universe is poetic “of Hanae” is associated with a fruity floral scent and particularly sparkling. “Hanae” opens with the sparkling and fresh notes of bergamot. This mixes with the gourmet and sweet notes of red apple and blackcurrant. Then, the garden of Madagascar, symbol of happiness takes over the composition. You should know that jasmine is always present in bridal bouquets. Orange blossom here offers its luminous and radiant side. As for the wild strawberry, it adds a sweet and sweet side to the garden of Madagascar and thus offers a real bucolic garden. The base is smooth and enveloping with the presence of sandalwood, cedarwood, vanilla and patchouli. As for the bottle, it is also very poetic. Rectangular, it has a sober and refined appearance. Its cabochon is in the shape of butterfly wings. A small white flower comes in addition, to slip at the level of the collar… We find the nature and the butterfly dear to Hanae Mori’s childhood.
The “Hanae” secret garden dreams of happiness, joy, enchanting and magical scents. This very special fragrance simply symbolizes happiness. With “Hanae”, Hanae Mori reveals another part of her intimacy, of her personal life. The forest, nature, birds and the butterfly are always present and help us to escape.
Released in 2014, ” Hanae “is the representation of simple happiness. Directly inspired by the first name of the designer “Hane” is an enchanting fragrance all in authenticity. Its name means “Flower of the forest”, and a legend says that a butterfly with translucent and sparkling wings came to rest on the cradle of little Hanae never to leave her. This butterfly also inspired his first fragrance “Butterfly”. Today, the Japanese designer wanted a simple essence that resembles her. Between innocence and sensuality, “Hanae” transports us once again to a magical world.
Madagascar jasmine, star of Hanae Mori’s fragrance
The composition d ‘Hanae’ is made around jasmine from Madagascar. The latter is a climbing plant, native to the forest of Madagascar. Madagascar jasmine flowers grow in the undergrowth of Asia, Madagascar and Africa. Madagascar jasmine flowers are born in clusters of 5 to 7 flowers. Tubular and white, the flowers then have 5 pointed lobes arranged in stars. Madagascar jasmine needs a lot of sunlight. Since it is a tropical flower, it is imperative that it does not drop below 15 °. Also called “Stephanotis”, Madagascar jasmine is actually a wonderful houseplant. Madagascar jasmine offers a unique scent, very heady, luminous and very floral.
Hanae, an irresistible gourmet floral fragrance
“Hanae” soars on sparkling notes and a unexpected combination of orange blossom, bergamot and red apple. Orange blossom is the fruit of sour orange, a shrub with thorns and very fragrant white flowers. Called golden apples in mythology, oranges were presented by Jupiter to Juno on their wedding day. In ancient times, the orange blossom symbolized purity and was used to make crowns for the bride. Today, the production of orange blossom comes mainly from countries located on the edge of the Mediterranean, Tunisia, Algeria, the south of France, Morocco. In perfumery, orange blossom gives off jasmine, floral and honeyed tones. Then, the heart of “Hanae” is composed of jasmine from Madagascar, rose tea, wild strawberry, blackcurrant, for a most delicious effect. The “Hanae” base continues on the path of gluttony combined with ultra sensual tones and associates Siam benzoin, patchouli, sandalwood, white cedar, vanilla and caramel. Benzoin is a resin that comes from the styrax tree which can grow up to 35 meters tall. Benzoin has long been used by native tribes for its antiseptic and healing properties. Benzoin grows pure in Laos, Thailand and northern Vietnam. Sober and slender, the “Hanae” bottle lets the pale pink color of the nectar shine through, offering a most romantic aspect.