Have you ever wondered what the set of White Lotus smells like? You are now. And if, in this vision, you're standing next to the iconic Jennifer Coolidge, you're likely smelling Henry Rose's Flora Carivora perfume.
In an interview with Elle Decor, Coolidge shared that she loves the fragrance for its natural ingredients, explaining, "when you’re a kid, you’re never thinking about ingredients. Now I have to be careful." As Environmental Working Group verified fragrances, Henry Rose perfumes are held to the highest standards to avoid any ingredients associated with ecotoxicity, contamination or health concerns and the entire ingredient list is disclosed on the label—something often missing from fragrance labels in order to protect trade secrets, leaving room for under-regulated ingredients to slip through. Henry Rose is also Cradle to Cradle Certified, further ensuring all ingredients are safe for both people and the environment, among other sustainability standards.
So what does this Coolidge-approved perfume smell like? Henry Rose's Flora Carivora is described as floral and genderless. The top notes include orangeflower water, absolute tunisia and neroli blanc, while the middle notes are made up of a blend of jasmine sambac absolute and tuberose and the base notes consist of Texas cedarwood, vetiver oil, opulent musks and amber.
To us, this certainly sounds like a scent worthy of both a luxurious, drama-filled Sicily trip and, you know, the usual trip to Sunday brunch.