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Let's take you back to the workshop, where the scents of fabrics and cotton used as a base for the canvases made to the measurements of the customers and clients lingers in the air.
The creators chose the fresh citrus note of sweet bergamot of Italy in harmony with citrus as reserved for fine perfumery, to bring for the whole day a tonicity with this simple blow. A hint of magical bitter almond powder, originally from South Africa, adds a greedy & lavishing twist to the top note.
The linen rolls now take their place on the cutting table. At the same time , ’sans la virgule’ in another part of the workshop, it is the reign of iron. The scent of white cotton is symbolized by the blend of iris and metallic notes. Just like precious fabrics, the iris is sacred since Egyptian era. The choice of this flower is a nod to the royal and lavish era of ancient Egypt, which is very dear to Nabil Hayari.
Intended for haute perfumery, the iris is also called Fleur de Lys and is the symbol of French royalty.
Both powerful and refined, it gives off a delicate powdery, woody scent that is here sublimated by jasmine bringing sensuality and sweetness to suggests the touch of silk.
The iron accord is from a warm metallic aldehyde slightly brought by a sensual mineral musk. In the base
note, white musk generates an aphrodisiac scent, a scent that lingers on the skin and becomes unique depending on the warm of the skin of person wearing it. This mineral facet echoes the coldness of glass beads or crystals used by seamstresses who also have hands chilled by the metal rivets of corsets and needles. All in subtlety, these assembled notes are the evocations of refinement and glamour of outfits that you will put in light to the beauty of the day.
- Top Notes: Citrus, Bergamot, Accord Air Frais, Bitter Almond
- Heart Notes: Iris, Rose, Jasmin sambac, Accord Fer à Repasser
- Base Notes: White musk, Minerals, Patchouli