Immortelle is a flagrance inspired by Manos Gerakinis Greek heritage. Immortelle is a yellow flower found in Greek nature and its story dates back from the Trojan war. During Helen's capture, she and Paris stopped at the island of Kythira where Venus was rumoured to reside. Helen, jealous of the goddess, demanded Paris to validate her beauty against Venus. In his response, Paris said: "Do you not see the flower? Your hair shares the same golden color, and your body smells like the flower while your skin is as soft as its petals. Your beauty will be everlasting". Thus this flower was named Immortelle, representing immortal beauty. It is believed to bring good luck and Manos describes this fragrance as Fortune.
clove, cinnamon, immortelle, milk, brown sugar, benzoin, sandalwood, patchouli