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  • Manos Gerakinis SELENE - Eau de Parfum
  • Manos Gerakinis SELENE - Eau de Parfum

Manos Gerakinis SELENE - Eau de Parfum

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The soft scent of orange blossoms and jasmine wafts towards you on a summer evening in Athens, while Selene, the goddess of the moon, traverses the night sky on her chariot.

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SEΛENE (pronounced “Se-lee-nee”) is named after the eponymous ancient Greek mythological figure, the Titanian goddess of the moon, who was imagined driving her chariot across the heavens.

Manos Gerakinis wished to pay with this fragrance an olfactive homage to the unique charm of a Greek summer evening spent in an open air cinema. There, while viewing a film under the stars, one feels caressed by a plethora of diverse aromas that magically merge into one, as if fused together by the moonlight: citrus tree blossoms and leaves, serene woods, and night-blooming jasmine from the neighbouring trees and gardens, a delicious note of praline evoking the sweet treats that are being enjoyed while watching the movie, along with a musky, sensuous cloud echoing an ideal, warm and breezy, Athenian summer night.


Calabrian bergamot, grapefruit peel, petitgrain, orange blossom, jasmine sambac, violet, praline, cedarwood Virginia, sandalwood, ambergris*, musk*


Christina Koutsoudaki


*Synthetic notes. Manos Gerakinis Perfumes do not use animal-derived products.

Made in Greece with plant based alcohol.


Alcohol Denat, Parfum (Fragrance), PPG-20 Methyl Glucose Ether, Glycerin, Aqua (Water), Diethylhexyl Syringylidenemalonate, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone, Benzyl Alcohol, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Citral, Limonene, Geraniol, Hydroxycitronellal, Linalool.

floral / gourmand / orange blossom
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