Sarah Jessica Parker Lovely
It is made Clement Gavarry and by perfumers Laurent Le Guernec. It's expected for official start but is offered by Nordstroms, who have exclusive rights.
The word on the scent newsgroups is that Lovely is much the same For Her, which I found difficult to consider given the set of notes. An overdose? Something similar occurs after a lengthy day of cologne shopping to me, but Narciso is the sole scent that will do it.
Lovely starts as a soft wood aroma that is citrusy. There's a bit but no similar harshness. It dries down into a hushed musky-woods cologne, with distinctive notes of cedar and rosewood. The flowery notes are very muffled, the amber is not dirty, as well as the patchouli is a just whisper. Nordstroms never caught the apple martini in the slightest.
Sarah Jessica Parker said she didn't desire a cologne that controlled the room, and those demands are fit by Lovely: it's an extremely soft, quiet scent, all curved edges, plus it stays relatively near your skin. I'd think that unlike many star colognes, it's going to find lovers of ages, although it doesn't interest me personally, but it's very wearable. For that matter, it isn't at all female, it could be readily worn by a guy, and even though the bottle and name are unlikely to appeal.
It comes in 100 ml, or a 50 ml bottle for $48. There's also a shower gel as well as a fitting body lotion.