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  • Moth and Rabbit The Colour of Pomegranate - Eau de Parfum
  • Moth and Rabbit The Colour of Pomegranate - Eau de Parfum

Moth and Rabbit The Colour of Pomegranate - Eau de Parfum


* Unit price: €2.780,00 / Liter Incl. tax

A mythical Armenian film full of visually stunning tableaux vivants translated into perfume, with a delicate lacework of white roses and ripe pomegranates, both sweet and bitter.

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Inspired by the art film "The colour of pomegranates" from 1969 by Armenian director Sergei Parajanov. The film is considered as one of the greatest movies ever made and a landmark in film history. 
It evokes the life of the 18th century Armenian poet Sayat-Nova in a series of visually captivating and carefully composed tableaux vivants. The outcome is a visually enchanting and symbolically rich exploration of art, culture, and spirituality. 

"The air is thick with the scent of white roses, that weave through your senses like a delicate white lace; unfolding like a page from a mystical manuscript, illuminated with vibrant colors and enigmatic symbols. The taste of ripe pomegranates lingers on your tongue, sweet yet tangibly bitter, a metaphor for the complexities of creative existence. With every heartbeat, you’re drawn into a dance of poetic visuals, a celebration of life and artistry." - Mark Buxton

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pomegranate accord, blackcurrant, soapy note, citruses, rose damascena absolute, black pepper essence, elemi essence, incense essence and resinoid, white flowers, white musk, guaiac wood, labdanum absolute, sandalwood, costus oliffac


Mark Buxton

floral / fruity / pomegranate
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