1472 [La Divina Commedia] - Histoires de Parfums (Gérald Ghislain)
Inferno and heavenly ecstasy
Histoires de Parfums loves drama, so it's not surprising that Gérald Ghislain takes Dante's stroke of genius 'La Divina Commedia' and soars from the inferno into heaven, or maybe vice versa! The journey begins with ice-cold arthemisia. The rays of a sun of ylang ylang break through the cold to reveal a luminous jasmine, ecstatic and disembodied. But hell has its charm, at least when it smells: Seductive rum, balms and notes of amber illuminate the path into the depths. As the fragrance develops, a glow on the skin becomes more apparent: Not the light of paradise, but the embers of the inferno, like molten red glass, shine through the darkness on the skin...
Let yourself sink into the red glow of the inferno paired with floral ecstasy - 1472!
1472 [La Divina Commedia] - Histoires de Parfums
Artemisia, Ylang-Ylang, Solar Accord, Jasmine, Cinnamon, Frankincense, Amber, Rum Absolute, Benzoin