The perfumer Caroline Dumur stands at the center of the stage to represent the third scene in MASQUE MILANO Opera Act of Love
“Tonight she is Imogen… and tomorrow night she will be Juliet”.
For this fragrance, Alessandro and Riccardo couldn’t help pointing the spotlight on the quintessential flower of love: her majesty the Rose. A rose soliflora: love on stage.
The bottle design depicts a magnificent rose, pierced by a dagger. As in the perfect love tragedy.
In Love Kills, senses are flooded with a beautiful anthology of odoriferous suggestions. Jammy, smeared, boudoir, powder, gardenwet, gardenhot, stormstruck blooms, boozy, silvered, Loukhoum, plasticised, petrolic, oud-soaked, patisserie, powdered, lipstick, bitter, cold, pot-pourri, sleeping beauty thorn-twisted. One could honestly live forever amid the roses, admittedly with some iris and violet thrown in. Roses soothe, arouse and pique the senses, creating a tension that is at once illicit and vintage, perverse and hazily comforting.