Peach fuzz perfume

“PANTONE®’s Color of the Year, which is different shades of peach fuzz as we know, is always a great source of inspiration for us, with its fresh and insightful take on current social trends that complements our consumer and market insights.

“The collaboration provides us with the opportunity and the challenge of connecting our creativity, science, and innovation capabilities to what’s going on in the world and translating it into the universal language of fragrance in order to inspire customers and consumers,” says Matteo Magnani, Chief Consumer & Innovation Officer, Perfumery & Beauty, at dsm-Firmenich. “Both the fragrance and the candle feature some of our best innovations.” Our perfumers created Peach Fuzz EDP with EmotiONTM, a game-changing program that creates wellness fragrances that deliver results.

What is the scent of Pantone’s 2024 Color of the Year, Peach Fuzz? DSM-Firmenich describes it as a velvety, gentle peach with notes of bergamot, osmanthus, orris, orange blossom, Haitian vetiver, and amber.

Peach Fuzz, this year’s selection, serves as a reminder to slow down and take care of one another. Unlike previous colors such as Millennial Pink and Living Coral, this soft pink-orange blend replaced Viva Magenta, which was known for its bold and witty personality.

In this article, I’ll go over Pantone’s color trend-setting process, explain how it became a game-changer in the design industry, and explain why peach is the color of 2024. In addition, I have chosen fragrance notes that may become popular in the coming year, as well as five peach fragrances that have already been released.

Peach as Mitsouko Eau de Parfum, Guerlain


The melancholy beauty of Mitsouko Eau de Parfum, which dates back over a century, is as captivating as its story. The perfume was inspired by Mitsouko, a fictional Japanese character, and tells the story of her secret love for a British officer. It perfectly blends fruits with forest moss, citruses, and flowers, reflecting the early twentieth century’s fascination with exotic and oriental images in art and culture. Consider delicate pastel-pink suede gloves and a vetiver-anchored jasmine boutonnière. On a knife’s edge, imagine caramelized peaches and rose ash. Mitsouko moves like an invisible sunbeam, weaving through hair and caressing the skin. It represents eternal love and beauty.

Peach fuzz Suncrest Perfume, Ulrich Lang

Suncrest parfum

Ulrich Lang’s minimalist and elegant perfumes necessitate thoughtful contemplation and leisurely exploration. Lang’s fragrances may appear subdued and devoid of contrast at first, but with time, you’ll discover a storm of emotions hidden within the bottle.

Suncrest, which will be released in 2023, is a tribute to a widespread variety of peaches grown on the West Coast. Ulrich’s message in this perfume is an ode to happiness, optimism, and eternal youth. Peaches are revered as symbols of immortality all over the world. The central accord is clearly peach, which is beautifully complemented by lemon and black currant, as well as jasmine and lily of the valley, which add a light, soapy touch. The lactonic essence of the tropical fruit is intricately blended with flowers and creamy sandalwood to create a strikingly realistic depiction of a flat peach. The velvety texture of peach skin is also exquisitely captured in Suncrest, resembling the finest fruit suede.

Peach and Apricot Trésor Eau de Parfum, Lancôme

Trésor Eau de Parfum and peach

I can’t help but share a personal story about Trésor Lancôme. For some millennials, this fragrance was their mothers’ signature scent. My mother always sprayed her neck and hair with a couple of spritzes. The scent of cheek kisses was ripe apricots and peaches mixed with vanilla, roses, and sweet powder. This scent remains the epitome of femininity, specifically mature femininity, more than 20 years later, as if Sophia Grojsman’s perfume composition embodies the maternal figure itself. It’s a very sentimental scent that evokes tender memories of childhood and family gatherings—a wonderful, timeless scent.

Peach-like Gucci Rush, Gucci

Gucci Rush

Tom Ford’s first fragrance for the famous Italian fashion house has rightfully earned iconic status in the world of perfumery. Gucci Rush, created by renowned perfumer Michel Almairac, captures the vibrant essence of late-’90s club culture, blending the lush sweetness of ripe peaches with the creamy, sumptuous richness of lactones. Its futuristic plastic bottle, resembling a cassette tape, amplifies the fragrance’s impact, leaving a lasting sensory impression. The peach accord, which is harmoniously blended with freesia, gardenia, and rose, is enhanced further by the addition of coriander, patchouli, and vetiver.

This combination elevates the composition to the status of a classic fruity chypre. Surprisingly, the term ‘rush’ in slang connotes both a rush and, as perfume journalist Katie Puckrick points out, a nod to poppers. This stimulant drug, also known as alkyl nitrites, is commonly found in club scenes.

Peachy Body, Burberry Perfume

Burberry Body

Burberry’s fragrance division epitomized the hipster aesthetic in the late 2000s. Notably, the Body Eau de Parfum and its sensual advertising campaign with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley foreshadowed the global popularity of beige trench coats. This fruity-floral chypre fragrance is like draping a weightless cape over your naked body. The bitterness of wormwood, powdery aspects of iris, and soothing sandalwood frame a peach and rose duo. Musk adds a creamy sweetness that pairs well with blonde wood. The scent is fleeting and elusive in its beauty, so consider yourself fortunate if you get the chance to try it.

Skylar Peach Fields Forever Perfume

Skylar Peach field

Summer may be months away, but spritzing Skylar Peach Fields will give you a taste of the carefree summer energy. Peach, vanilla, and sandalwood combine to create a bright, mood-lifting scent that feels like a hug in a bottle—and will transport you to a sunny orchard surrounded by ripe peaches ready to be picked.

The combination of fruity sweetness, warm vanilla, and grounding sandalwood creates a fragrance that is both refreshing and comforting, making it the perfect companion for any season. It’s only $90.

Sunrise Moon Vibe by Pacifica

Sunrise Moon Vibe by Pacifia and peach

Everything about Pacifica Sunrise Moon Perfume embodies the warm feeling of peach fuzz, from the gradient bottle to the fresh-smelling juice inside. Citrusy scent with notes of peach, cardamom, and mandarin—only $22!

The Pacifica Sunrise Moon Perfume is a more affordable option at just $22. Still, it captures the essence of a sunny orchard with its citrusy scent and notes of peach, cardamom, and mandarin. Its refreshing and uplifting aroma will transport you to a bright and cheerful atmosphere, making it a perfect choice for any season.

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