This fragrance illustrates the different facettes of the bourgeoise as seen in films such as Belle de Jour: on the outside she appears to be a very conservative woman who keeps up appearances but unbeknownst to most she gives way to her naughty side that only a few get to discover.
Top note: Bergamot, Kumquat.
Middle note: Jasmin, Rose, Lilly of the Valley, Orange Blossom.
Base note: Chypre Accent, Musc, Patchouli, Vetiver.
While attending a friend’s wedding Louison was particularly moved by the overwhelming scent of saffron emanating from the food, the colors of the saris worn by the crowd and the sounds of the sytar. This fragrance embodies the memories of his friend’s wedding: a mix of traditionnal Indian weddings with a Bollywood ﬂavor.
Forever tells the story of orphaned Amber St. Clare, who makes her way up through the ranks of 17th century English society by sleeping with and/or marrying successively richer and more important men, while keeping her love for the one man she can never have. The novel includes portrayals of Restoration fashion, including the introduction and popularization of tea in English coffeehouses and the homes of the fashionably rich; politics; and public disasters, including the plague and the Great Fire of London.
Top Notes: Bergamot, Orange Blossom
Middle Notes: Appel, Jasmin
Base Notes: Amber accord,Encens, Tonka bean, Patchouly, Vanille, Withe Muscs
Inspired by a sentence written by Emile Zola in his book Nana.
"When tuberose decompose, they have a human smell."
Also by Madame de la Vallière, mistress of Louis XIV, had her bouquets of tuberose put in her room to prove to the Queen that she was not pregnant, because the perfume of the tubereuse inconveniences pregnant women.