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Burberry expands Brit Rhythm line with two new fragrances

The British luxury brand is adding two new eaux de toilette to its catalogue this spring: Burberry Brit Rhythm for Her Floral and Burberry Brit Rhythm for Him Intense.

Burberry is launching two new scents: Burberry Brit Rhythm for Him Intense (...)

Burberry is launching two new scents: Burberry Brit Rhythm for Him Intense and Burberry Brit Rhythm for Her Floral. © Burberry

Like the rest of the Brit Rhythm line, these new fragrances are inspired by the British rock scene — a key source of inspiration for Burberry overall — and are represented by British actress and supermodel Suki Waterhouse and musician George Barnett respectively. Shot backstage at a concert, the campaign embodies the rebellious spirit of the rock movement.

A more powerful version of the original Brit Rhythm for Him, the new Intense formula combines notes of wormwood, caraway seeds and pepper oil with extracts of amber, leather, patchouli, cashmeran, guaiac wood and tonka bean.

As indicated by the name, the new feminine fragrance is based on floral notes including Egyptian jasmine, lotus and lily. This bouquet is enhanced by fruity citrus notes of Sicilian lemon and orange, along with a heart of amber, woody notes and musk.

The rectangular Burberry’s Brit Rhythm flacon remains unchanged and is available in two formats: 50ml or 90ml.


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