Coach Poppy Flower Eau de Parfum
This women’s fragrance mixes sweet and earthy notes to create a refreshing daytime scent. The first sniff reveals top notes of black currant and litchi fruit, which mingle with a heart of light florals and sugared raspberries. The base of fragrant woods, apricot skin, and musk tempers the bouquet to keep it fresh and balanced. The perfume’s bottle is topped off with a pink ribbon and a topper etched with doodles, hearts, and top-secret treasure maps.
- Fresh fruity-floral eau de parfum for women
- Recommended for daytime wear
- Top notes of citrus, wet ivy, black currant, and litchi
- Heart notes of jasmine, rose, water lily, peony, and sugared raspberries
- Base notes of amber wood, sandalwood, apricot skin, and musk
- Introduced in 2011
- 1.7 fl. oz. spray bottle
- Squat, round glass bottle with pink ribbon and engraved silver-tone top
“It’s a very interesting time to re-embrace American design—that ability to take something casual, industrial, and utilitarian and elevate it,” Reed Krakoff, the president and executive creative director of Coach, told the New York Times in 2010. Today’s Coach’s purses are as vibrant as a muster of peacocks. What the mint-green shoulder bag and snakeskin-textured bag have in common with the classic black leather tote is the standard of quality. Craftsmanship has been the company’s focus since its founding in 1941. The company began as six artisanal leatherworkers in a family-run workshop, but they built the brand’s reputation on the functionality and durability of their goods.
Over the years, Coach’s designs have increasingly bridged the gap between functionality and fashion. They transform hides and textiles of the highest caliber into purses, shoes, belts, and other accessories. The company’s virtuosic eye for style has won them acclaim in Vogue and Esquire, a respected international presence, and a truly staggering series of counterfeits.