About the Brand
1946. The Nina Ricci House created Coeur Joie, the House's first perfume. Its' second fragrance, L'Air du Temps, is since 1948 the iconic classic known the world over and that has withstood the tests of time and fashion.
Its' fame helped consolidate the House's international reputation. In time, it was followed by three new creations: Fille d'Eve, Capricci and Farouche.
This rich heritage is still alive today and an endless source of inspiration for the brand and its perfume.
About the Collection
Nina Ricci launches a new fragrance that will extend the world of fantasy that was created for Nina in 2006. Luna comes out in September as the enticing, powerful and mysterious counterpart to the modern and romantic princess represented by Nina.
Luna keeps the symbolism and shape of an apple. Colored in blue, decorated with gold leaves and black leather around its neck, it represents the night, the moonlit version of the fairytale fruit. The box is white with an apple motif in blue. Models of the campaign are Frida Gustavsson as Nina and Jac Jagaciak as Luna.