FLORAL Sample set
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Flor y Canto
Fleur de Louis
Infanta en flor
Orange flower water
Spanish leather accord
Cannon ball tree flower
Our well-loved floral selection in 5 (five) 2ml samples:
1. Flor y Canto, Mexican Tuberose and other sacred blooms.
2. Fleur de Louis, a French bouquet from Louis XIV's Court.
3. Infanta en Flor, musky orange blossom from the Spanish Golden Age.
4. Boutonnière No.7, a naturalistic gardenia from Belle Époque Paris.
5. Ella, a spicy, carnal rose from the 70s Disco era.
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Mexican tuberose, magnolia grandiflora, creamy jasmine and crisp gardenias. From Pre-hispanic Mexico and Baroque Europe to 1970s era beach-side disco, our florals range from modern, vibrant accords to elegant bouquets reinterpreting classic European formulas.
Eau de Parfum. Sample size sprayer: 2 ml / 0.07 fl oz
- The olfactive snapshot of Louis XIV and the French Court in 1660. A reconstruction of authentic perfume formulas from the 17th century, improved upon by contemporary perfumery. FLEUR DE LOUIS is a classic French bouquet using the most fashionable flowers of the French court, set on woody base representing the wooden walls of a Royal pavilion. A decidedly regal and refined scent retaining the subtlety of the highest quality naturals. With notes of: Orange blossom, Florentine orris, jasmine and cedar wood.
- Based on our research into 17th century perfumery, INFANTA EN FLOR is the portrait of the Spanish Court: it's affinity for orange blossom scented powders, rose-scented rouge and fine kid leather gloves. A clean and musky powdery opening gives way to a suggestive dry down, easy to wear yet very proper, perfect for both women and men. The most modern interpretation of the Spanish Golden age. With notes of: Orange flower water, Spanish leather, cistus resin and immortelle.
- BOUTONNIÈRE NO.7 is a gardenia on a gentleman's lapel...the crisp, hyper-realistic gardenia blended with the fresh and botanical notes of a citrus and lavender cologne. The re-imagined Opera flower of Belle Époque Paris, worn by dandies and beloved by their admirers, with notes of: Lavender, bergamot, Italian mandarin, gardenia jasminoides/gardenia citriodora duo, genet absolute, vetiver and oakmoss.
- Inspired by jet-set Acapulco in its disco heyday, ELLA is a voluptuous chypre scent evoking 1970s poolside glamour, plunging necklines and honeyed skin. Tropical flowers and rose-scented lipstick give way to a spicy sweetness and the carnal notes of an intense, heady embrace. With notes of: Cannon ball tree flower, Turkish rose, jasmine absolute, cardamom absolute, patchouli and civet.
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– Stanley, Richard, Disco Days: A Social History of the 1970’s, iUniverse, New York, NY 2015.
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