All you need to celebrate you: grapefruit and rosé champagne delicately poured on a bed of jasmine, refined with generous sprinklings of black pepper and curry.
or the joyous and cheeky universal exercise of the splits.
Edna Mode in The Incredibles, Rock Hudson in The Martian Chronicles, Peter O'Toole in Lawrence of Arabia, Jacques Damase in Real Life, Charles Denner in The Man Who Loved Women, Romy Schneider in The Pool, Michaël Caine in The Man who wanted to be king, The Barefoot Countess. To all the Scarletts, to all the Venuses, the daffodils and other Diogenes, heroes of daily clashes, to the beautiful anonymous or legendary radiant souls: a sparkling and joyful perfume that releases light.
All you need to celebrate you: grapefruit and rosé champagne delicately poured on a bed of jasmine, refined with generous sprinklings of black pepper and curry. A heart laid bare with a sandal from distant lands, persistent.
It is the wake of your choices, of the abnegations, of the victories and of the peculiarities that distinguish you; of your right to love, to continue or to break up, of the desire to escape, of the fear of renunciation, of your pains and impulses. A perfume for living beings, far beyond genres and judgements. A Libre d'Orange perfume and the modern memory of a Mark Antony and a Cleopatra, an eternal beauty.