It’s Time To See Scents And Visit This Perfume Ice Cream Van

By Lottie Hulme |
31st August 2019

Is it just me or do you shudder when the sound of the ice cream van plays? I feel like I’ve spent my life hearing the creepy music but never actually seeing the van, it’s like having a theme tune to my life that plays at exactly 4am every day.. I’d prefer some Beyonce!

But, what I do like the sound of is a perfume ice cream van – snazzy- now that’s right up my street… like literally, they’ll likely be driving up my street. The perfume van, which sounds like most people’s dream, comes courtesy of Miller Harris who, to our delight, have launched two new fragrances, Brighton Rock and Blousy (they smell amazing).

The van will be whizzing about the city like a gorgeously-scented rocket. The perfume van tour began in London at Battle Bridge Place near Kings Cross and next it’s zooming to Granary Square at Coal Drops Yard until Monday 2nd, before hopping, skipping and driving to Reuters Plaza, Canary Wharf. After that, it’s off to Cambridge (random) but returns to London Beauty week at The Piazza, Covent Garden on Tuesday 10th September – Sunday 15th September.

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So, are you ready to get dabbing? Then get yourselves down to the perfume van 11am-7pm daily. Plus, if you spot the van you can upload an image onto the gram tagging #millerharris and you’ll be entered into a prize draw. The winner will bag a collection of Brighton Rock inspired goodies and 100ml fragrances of Brighton Rock, Blousy, Violet Ido and Scherzo.

Why not super impress them and use your scents of humour in your caption… geddit? Scents, instead of sense? Ah, never mind.

Don’t bottle it, find more info here and visit the perfume van!

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