In a dusty boudoir of bygone days, a mistress puts on lipstick while she waits for the arrival of her lover.
Face powder floats in the air, mixed with the scent of roses and the wood of her cabinet. The innocence of powdery musk mingles with the decadence of sensual balsamic notes.
This is a study in feathery innocence, but at the same time seductive, daring and corrupt. The vintage twist was not intentional but a necessary consequence of the idea of femininity from times gone by. When women had a wooden boudoir and spent hours applying powder and other beauty secrets to their faces and bodies, and did not care about validating themselves through a career. They exercised their power through beauty and seduction.
The powdery-iris-rose part of the perfume is softened with a blend of resins, which represents a bawdy and experienced sensuality.
Films and books such as "Les Liaisons Dangereuses" or Marie Antoinette in Sofia Coppola's film served as inspiration. It is precisely this refined and corrupted atmosphere that Francesca wanted to express, and above all this concept of femininity: shoes, sins, cake and absolute thoughtlessness, without any guilt.
black pepper, mimosa, iris, musk, sandal wood, tolu balsam, benzoin, vanilla
Alcohol denat., parfum, aqua (water), benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, benzyl cinnamate, cinnamic aldehyde, cinnamyl alcohol, citronellol, eugenol, geraniol, gamma-methyl ionone, hydroxycitronellal, limonene, linalool.