omnis omnes omne omnia: each, every, every one (of a number); all (pl); all/the whole of. (just in case you don't have a Latin background and were wondering the meaning of omnia, a range of BVLGARI perfumes, like I was.)
BVLGARI launched the first fragrance in the Omnia family in 2003. It was self titled and was a spicy-gourmand-woody fragrance. I haven't experienced it for myself and I don't think that I'll be able to because it appears the fragrance is no longer in production. (Leave a comment below if you know otherwise!)
In 2005 Omnia Crystalline was launched, a fresh-fruity-woody fragrance. Next in line was Omnia Amethyste in 2007, which was followed by Omnia Green Jade in 2008. Sadly, I haven't had the chance to smell any of these yet! But don't worry because...
...this brings us to Spring 2012 and to the latest launch in the Omnia range:
(which I've just smelled!)
BVLGARI Omnia Coral is a bright citrus-floral fragrance that immediately catches your attention. The citrus notes are very fresh and give the sense that you are surrounded by gorgeous bergamots, with maybe a few perfectly ripe mandarin oranges thrown in. The lily floral notes keep the fragrance light and fresh as the citrus ones wear off, and as it warms there are comforting hints of light musky-soapiness in the background which adds depth (and a sense of fresh-out-of-the-shower cleanliness) to the fragrance.
With spring now in full effect and summer just around the corner, this fragrance makes a great accessory for sunny weather and happy days.