Arquiste

Boutonnière n°7 - Eau de Parfum

Arquiste

Boutonnière n°7 - Eau de Parfum

€175.00
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Parfumeur: Rodrigo Flores-Roux

Mai 1899, Foyer de l’Opéra Comique de Paris.

Pendant l’entracte, un groupe de sept jeunes hommes s’est réuni à la recherche de nouvelles conquêtes.
Les femmes se rapprochent afin de s’enivrer du troublant Gardénia, posé en boutonnière, ainsi que de leurs eaux de Cologne, riches en Lavande et Bergamote.
De plus près, la « Fleur de l’Opéra » exsude toute son élégance masculine, le dernier souffle d’une fleur sacrifiée pour un soir, sur le revers d’une veste.

Composition: Lavande, Bergamote de Calabre, Mandarine, Gardénia jasminoides et Gardénia citriodora, absolu de Genet et absolu de feuilles de Violettes, Labdanum, Vétiver, mousse de Chêne, Castoréum floral vert.

Volume
100ML

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Each order is unique and we always take great pleasure in preparing them with the utmost care. For orders above 150€ in the Benelux, we do not charge delivery costs.

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A link between History, Architecture and Perfume...

Architectural history has the particularity of transporting us physically into the past, allowing us to understand its meaning. In a synesthetic experience of architecture, what we feel and smell is just as important as what we see. In essence, architecture is experience.

For Arquiste, the research carried out for the creation of a fragrance inspired by real-life experiences is just as complete as the research that leads to the restoration of an old building. Under construction, the clues justify the structure.

Through the meticulous search for authentic sources, the analysis of a specific time and place begins. Through the study of building materials, the literary history of the place and the site itself, the olfactory experience becomes more understandable.

Arquiste wishes to interpret the past in the present through perfume in order to link the olfactory memory to great moments in history.