Perfume dialect: white flowers and woods
Top notes: bergamot, chocolate
Heart notes: tuberose, ylang ylang, jasmine, cedarwood
Base notes: tobacco, patchouli
Ingredients: Alcohol, Parfum, Limonene, Linalool, Benzyl Benzoate, Benzyl Salicylate, Farnesol, Geraniol, Benzyl Alcohol, Eugenol, Isoeugen
White flowers are the tiny ones which fill the air with fragrances after sunset, with their languid sensual scents that attracts creatures of the dark. For Rome 1963 we worked with Italian stylist Silvia Bergomi to create her fragrant vision of a perfume that the seductive Suzi would wear in Fellini’s film Giulietta degli Spiriti, chic and sensual. Watching the film, in which two elegantly dressed and made up women take their bicycles into the pine woods, and are raised into a tree house to sunbathe naked with beautiful young men, it seems to capture the mood rather nicely. Men and women both like this, on themselves and on each other. Smooth, languid white flowers with dry crisp woods and a touch of tobacco.
Rome 1963 feels undeniably feminine, but never too sweet, just knowing and pleased of its own particular beauty. I have been wearing Rome 1963 almost every day since receiving it, and I absolutely adore it. It feels almost secretive and purely for my own enjoyment or whomever I feel worthy of sharing it with. It stays very close to my skin almost throughout, but I continue to catch glimpses of its white floral beauty for hours after first applying and I can never resist taking a moment to myself to my wrist to savor itBGirlRhapsody