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Every season, Byredo surprises us with very interesting creations. By not being a conventional beauty and fashion accessories brand, it excels in the matter of originality and creativity. Each product has a strong and deep foundation that allows Byredo to develop amazing lines with a rich meaning. Nothing is done by chance. Here is one of their latest beauty line called Rose of No Man’s Land. A beautiful story about selflessness and compassion.

Byredo Rose of No Man’s Land Collection: Beauty within.

With Byredo and the creative mind of Ben Gorham, there is always a story behind the story. The Rose of No Man’s Land collection is a very beautiful range of beauty products, going from fragrances to body product references.

  • 7.5ML Perfume Oil
  • 50ML Eau de Parfum
  • 100ML Eau de Parfum
  • 75ML Hair Perfume
  • 225ML Body Wash
  • 225ML Body Lotion
  • 200ML Body Cream
  • 30ML Hand Cream

Moved by this fragrant tribute to the unknown heroines of WWI, Danish model Freja Beha Erichsen partnered with BYREDO, photographer Craig McDean and M/M (Paris) to convey the beauty of the new fragrance, Rose of No Man’s Land in a singular, stunning image.



What I do like about the fragrance is the way Byredo has captured the Rose theme. It is by far one of the most standard themes you can find in perfumery and still this fragrance is modern, fresh and passionately deep. There is an interesting olfactory tension between the sparkling of fresh notes and the richness of the floral base undertones. The olfactory story starts with a dazzling freshness of pink peppercorn that brings elegance and energy to the fragrance. The heart of the fragrance is a true ballet between a wild and rich Turkish Rose playing with fruity notes of raspberry and white ambers. The usage of the Rose absolute triggers a sensorial experience made of sensuality and deepness. It is a very beautiful Rose.

Fortunately there were Roses in the No Man’s Land


The Rose of No Man’s Land is a very beautiful name with a great meaning. During the First World War, Red Cross nurses would risk their lives at the front lines in order to save soldiers lives. They were considered as angels who would bring a last hint of hope during dark moments. A music publisher called Leo Feist published a song called in French: “La Rose souls les boulets”, with the french lyrics by Louis Delemarre. It was a true ode to those women who never hesitated to brave bullets and canon fire to save other people’s lives.

There is a rose that grows no-man’s land
and it’s wonderful to see
though its sprayed with tears, it will live for years
In my garden of memory
It’s the one red rose the soldier knows
It’s the work of the Master’s hand
Neath the war’s great curse stands a red cross nurse
She’s the rose of no-man’s land

You can discover the Rose collection by Byredo in visiting the official website ici:


With this beautiful idea, Byredo gives a homage to the courage of brave women during the World War and invites you to a journey of emotions and compassion.

José Amorim
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