In 2016, the old British perfume house released its "Portraits" collection. The masters created unique and ambiguous characters, giving them elegance and mystery inherent in the Victorian era. Heroes of the fragrances of this line are familiar with each other, connected with the bonds of marriage, romantic relationships or general intrigue. Thus, Lady Blanche, described in Penhaligon's The Revenge Of Lady Blanche, is the wife of Lord George, who headed the "Portraits". This is a true lady - discreet, slender, always in control. She got married according to her calculations, and has no idea that her fate could have been different. Lady Blanche has refined manners, refined taste and high status. She communicates with the chosen ones of this world, but whispers evil tongues: "She hides murder! - but not a crime. The name of the female fragrance Penhaligon's The Revenge Of Lady Blanche, presented in 2016, translates as "White Lady's Revenge". The perfume hints at the secrets of our heroine's past and even the place of the murder. It's a meadow or golf course that smells of freshness, sweetness of flowers and light bitterness of greenery. Probably the fatal moment occurred on the foggy morning, when small droplets of moisture, touching the delicate flowers, created a fragrant cloud. But this natural freshness is accompanied by a powder smell - this is the smell of expensive oils and cosmetics, which a groomed face and body of our Lady is anointed with. Daphne Bügey worked on creating an intriguing composition. The perfume opens with bitter-sweet notes of narcissus, which is immediately replaced by multi-dimensional shades of iris flowers - it is this component that dominates the pyramid. In the base you can hear the hard and strict sound of hyacinth. This triad creates a soft and at the same time calm aroma; floral-sweet and fresh herbal ensemble; the embodiment of royal tranquility and nobility.