Creed Wind Flowers was released in 2021, created by Olivier Creed. It has notes of jasmine, peach, orange blossom, rose, tuberose, musk, praline, sandalwood and iris.
Fragrantica - "Coco Mademoiselle will always have a place in my heart and oftentimes I hoped I would find a more grown up version of it. Well. This is it. It is Coco Mademoiselle a la Creed. It is more refined and obviously more polished and posh. Very beautiful and very well done, and for everyone looking for a perfume that has Coco Mademoiselle vibes but is more upscale - this one is for you."
Fragrantica - " am not usually into fruity floral scents, but this is gorgeous. I imagine this being worn by a wealthy girl in her mid twenties, called Genevieve. The daughter of a famous film maker - she’s pretty, gentle, and very feminine. Dressed in white, on a vacation on her family’s private yacht in Italy. She smiles at everyone she makes eye contact with. When the wind blows through her luscious hair and flowy dress, you’re greeted with this sweet, dignified scent."
Fragrantica - "The rose is very strong and it gives a refined middle eastern vibe to me. It reminds me of Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet/Miss Dior hair mist (which smells like Blooming Bouquet rather than matching the original Miss Dior which I have) It is stunning and smells more expensive compared to Dior. It has a bit of a bubblegum element to it too but the rose dominates. The orange blossom is strong giving a beautiful citrus touch-going back to the Miss Dior Blooming Bouquet vibe. (I love the combination of orange/mandarin and rose!) The fragrance is offset by praline which adds deliciousness. Jasmine and tuberose are natural aphrodisiacs so this is sexy in a rose-sexy way. It's suitable for the office too. I think you will get loads of compliments. Signature fragrance worthy and unforgettable. Great for warm autumn or spring weather. I can still smell it on myself for hours and every time I caught a whiff I thought 'gosh, this is a beautiful perfume'. Happy scent. Very beautiful and delicious."