New York '55

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Bottle of 4160Tuesdays perfume


Exuberantly cheerful sweet floral ice cream fruit sundae with candy floss on the side. One of our favourite vintage 1950s scents was Coty’s Chantilly, named after the French town famous for its whipped cream and intricate lace. It’s a rich sweet creamily delicious fragrance, and its style inspired Sarah to create this one. 

For New York 1955 we’ve transported the desert theme over the Atlantic to a New York milk bar, turned up the volume, piled it with vanilla ice cream and raspberries, loaded it with candy floss, crystalised roses and violets, and smoothed it with soft, huggable musks and ambergris.




Perfume Dialect: floriental gourmand.

Top Notes: candy floss.

Heart Notes: raspberry, rose, violet

Base Notes: vanilla, musk


Alcohol, Parfum, Citronellol, Geraniol, Linalool, Citral, Limonene.  

It's sweet like candy floss with sugary violets so it smells comfy and yummy and it is my safe scent which is particularly useful for the time when everybody goes crazy around you. Take a deep breath, inhale that candied rose aroma and you are good. It's actually quite innocent and playful and I adore everything about it.