Marks and Spencer presents new beauty products from popular brands

Mark & SpencerDubai UAE, Sep 17, 2015: Marks and Spencer Dubai Festival City store was buzzing with beauty lovers as it launched a selection of luxury perfumes and cosmetics from world’s finest brands, exclusively for the Emirates. The new M&S beauty catalogue includes an elegant collection of fine fragrances from iconic brands like Carolina Herrera, Hugo Boss, Lacoste, Escada, Paco Rabanne and Nina Ricci. Adding to this delightful offer, the cosmetic range will now feature nail products from Ciaté—the celebrity-favorite London-based nail polish brand.

This exclusive edit of fragrances and cosmetics will be featured in attractive display shelves at the newly revamped M&S Beauty hall at the store. From quintessential classics to new modern masterpieces, the range of fragrances for women and men are sure to invigorate one’s senses.

Nail the season’s hottest looks with Ciate’s selection of colourful nail shades and easy-to-use, no-mess nail polish removers. Create your own bespoke nail look with stunningly beautiful and intensely pigmented nail polish. The range includes everything you need to master the perfect at-home manicure.

Julie-Howett,-Head-of-Buying-&-MerchandisingSpeaking on the launch occasion, Julie Howett, Head of Buying & Merchandising said, “We are extremely delighted to offer this extensive range of beauty products to our UAE customers. With the introduction of these premium brands, Marks & Spencer aims to reinvent the beauty shopping experience for its customers.

In line with this strategy, we will continue to build on our strong presence in the beauty industry by bringing more niche and premium products to the region”, she added.

Here are the top picks of the fragrances that is now available at select M&S stores.

Nina Ricci– Les Délices de Nina, the latest ­limited-edition scent from Nina Ricci, is described as a “sugar high” for young ladies. The scent was inspired by the tales of Alice in Wonderland and Hansel & Gretel. A strawberry-candy accord lies at the heart of the fragrance, mixed with notes of tangerine, lemon, caramel and gardenia. In keeping with the edible theme, one of the base notes is praline and the bottle is shaped like an apple.

Paco Rabanne– Olympéa, the latest addition to Paco Rabanne’s scent universe, is a modern-day Cleopatra, the woman of all victories. A fresh oriental fragrance whose balance of the accords forms a genuine Paco Rabanne signature. The green mandarin, boosted by the floral and aquatic essences of ginger lily and hydroponic jasmine, awakens the senses. The sensual and luminous salty vanilla accord brings carnal and addictive magnetism. The cashmere wood and Ambergris accord magnify the fragrance and form a divine and powerful trail.

Hugo Boss– Hugo Boss introduces Boss The Scent, its new seductive perfume for men. An irresistible fragrance, unforgettable like a savored seduction. Exquisite notes of Ginger, exotic maninka and leather unfold over time, seducing the senses.

Carolina Herrera– Carolina Herrera 212 VIP Rosé, a fragrance that embodies glamour, elegance and fun atmosphere of fashionable New York parties. Epitomizing the Carolina Herrera woman, the seductive blend of captivating tangerine, bergamot, and rose pepper sprinkled with floral petals, gardenia, and hints of cotton candy warmed with musk is sure to seduce from the very first encounter

Lacoste- Inspired by the iconic polo shirt, the Eau de Lacoste L.12.12 fragrance collection unveils a new experience this season. The Eau de Lacoste Jaune is the latest edition to the L.12.12 fragrance collection. Jaune is inspired by the mood before a game of tennis played on a bright sunny morning: uplifting, motivating, full of positive energy. It is an aromatic, fruity fragrance.


These high-end fragrances and cosmetics are now available in selected M&S stores in UAE.

Note: Some items may not be available in certain stores. 

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