New Season, New Scents: The Fragrances You Need Now

I'm a seasonal girl when it comes to fragrance, I always love to mix & match depending on my mood and the weather. As we enter into Summer in the Souther Hemisphere, it felt like time to add a new scent to the collection, or as you can see, several! With perfect packaging, and notes ranging from to subtle to bold, there is a fragrance for everyone from the newest range of designer offerings. Here at Badlands HQ, we tested and shot a few of our favourites to give you the rundown on what to shop now.


La Femme Prada

With a bottle every bit as luxurious as their ready to wear collections, La Femme Prada aims to take the wearer on a voyage through place, memory and time. With notes of frangipani, ylang-ylang, beeswax, vanilla, vetiver and tuberose, this smooth floral fragrance has become a new favourite.


Tory Burch

This self titled fragrance by Tory Burch marks the designers debut into fragrance - playing on the contrast of masculine meets feminine and laid back meets polished. With notes of neroli, grapefruit, cassis and bergamot, it's the perfect mixture of crisp citrus and full florals.

Loewe 001 Woman

The first fragrance under the creative direction of Jonathan Anderson, 001 Woman is a mixture of  tangerine, bergamot and sandalwood with hints of jasmine and vanilla. To add to its allure, the women's fragrance can be layered with 001 Man, creating an entirely new and unique scent.


Calvin Klein CK One Gold


A 90's icon reimagined for 2016 - this a fresh, energetic take on the original with notes of fig, bergamot, sage, neroli & jasmine. Oh and that bottle, pure luxury...


Byredo Unnamed Perfume


Byredo knows that the way to a persons heart is through their fragrance... To celebrate their 10th anniversary they released this limited edition fragrance. Unnamed is a unisex blend of gin accord, pink pepper, orris stem, lush violet, tree moss and fir balsam which allows you to name the fragrance yourself, then label the bottle as you wish.

Creative Direction by Talisa Sutton
Photography by Sevak Babakhani