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  • Nineteen Sixty Nine Female Christ - Eau de Parfum
  • Nineteen Sixty Nine Female Christ - Eau de Parfum
  • Nineteen Sixty Nine Female Christ - Eau de Parfum
  • Nineteen Sixty Nine Female Christ - Eau de Parfum

Nineteen Sixty Nine Female Christ - Eau de Parfum

€185,00

* Unit price: €1.850,00 / Liter Incl. tax

An iconic art performance that took place in Copenhagen's stock exchange in 1969 lives on forever thanks to the perfume Female Christ, an unusual, herbal, earthy and slightly dirty scent with eucalyptus, patchouli and amber.

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Story

In 1969, a naked woman carrying a cross, walked through the Copenhagen Stock Exchange. The performance act went under the name “Female Christ” and referred to the Biblical tale of Christ driving out the merchants from the temple. It was an anarchistic criticism to the capitalist and patriarchal culture, a world obsessed with material goods and financial power.  

The fragrance Female Christ ensures that the memory of this art performance will live on forever.

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Watch the video of this historical performance here:

Notes

eucalyptus, patchouli, pimento, rhubarb, wintergreen, red thyme, geranium, vanilla, amber, benzoin, cinnamon bark, cashmere wood

Ingredients

Alcohol Denat.(SD Alcohol 39C) – Parfum (Fragrance) - Ethylhexyl Methoxycinnamate – Ethylhexyl Salicylate - Butyl Methoxydibenzoylmethane - Amyl Cinnamal – Benzyl Salicylate – Cinnamal – Citronellol – Limonene - Alpha-Isomethyl Ionone – Geraniol – Hydroxycitronellal – Linalool

aromatic / earthy / patchouli / woody amber
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