Still Life Eau de Parfum - 100 ml
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EAU DE PARFUM
A sparkling and festive perfume, Still Life is a celebration of life! A surprising and luminous perfume that invites you to celebrate in style with a whirlwind of exotic cocktails. The brilliance of Japanese Yuzu, accompanied by a cocktail infusion of rare peppers, rum and warm woods. A stark contrast between ever present freshness and comforting, warm notes. A woody citrus fragrance of contrasts, energetic and alive!
Perfumer :Dora Baghriche @ Firmenich
The paper they are made of is as crisp as the cocktails enjoyed all around. They dream of busting moves on the dance floor like teen girls indulging in the excitement of their first summer night parties.These images froze life to better prolong it.
Frédéric Lebain graduated valedictorian from the Ferrandi Ecole Supérieure de Cuisine Française and made his first impressions in culinary styling before turning to photography. A consummate artist of detournement, he comes up with elegant, daring, and playful compositions for fine magazines and leading luxury houses. He has an out-of-the-box vision of objects and everyday scenes, and loves combining aesthetic vision with technical discoveries. Frédéric Lebain makes us dream. We forget technique, keeping only the instant of magic. He exhibits frequently in Paris and has published several photography books that show us places and wonderful events with the mischievousness of the eternal adolescent.
DORA BAGHRICHE @FIRMENICH
Dora is a rising star of perfumery. After graduating from the ISIPCA School of Perfumery in 2005, she underwent a three-year training stint in perfumery at Firmenich in Geneva, New York, and Paris. She was inducted as a perfumer at age 30 and has recently designed the latest Versace fragrance. Dora spent her childhood between two cities and two cultures: Algiers and Paris. Immersed in the warmth of the Mediterranean, Dora has forever retained the memory of the hospitable ambiance of the streets of Algiers and the olfactory imprints of endless landscapes.