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The olfactory opulence of red fruits envelops and unsettles the intimate notes of lily of the valley and the delicate essences of orange blossom. The carnal and intense notes of rose join the sensual accents of osmanthus and gently abandon themselves to the vibrations of benzoin resinoid.
Mystery and fascination are the background of the fragrance.
The dry essences of cedar wood combine with enigmatic patchouli light oil and vetiver to veil the new Costume National Scents creation with mystery and charm.
Red fruits, orange blossom, lily of the valley
Rose, osmanthus, benzoin
Cedarwood, patchouli light, vetiver
Dominique Ropion trained at Roure Bertrand Dupont in Grasse, then in Paris before joining Jean-Luc Sieuzac, on of the greatest technicians in perfumery. A star perfumer at IFF, his work stands out thanks to a mix of precision and freedom, to his taste for risk and experimentation. Curious by nature, as perfectionist as watchmaker, he creates his accords in a methodical, patient and precise way. Dominique Ropion likes combining opposites to unveil new equilibriums and surprising formulas. He is a daring, instinctive, yet also very rigorous formulator. A man who is particularly inventive, an extraordinary technician.
Distinctive note: Damask Rose
Scent: damask rose oil offers a typical wet rose petal scent with a spicy green facet.
Origin: the Damask rose is cultivated only in Turkey, Morocco and Bulgaria and is harvested between May and June. Known for over 3000 years, this quality of rose originated in India and arrived in the West through Persia and Syria, which explains the origin of the name "Damask Rose".
Extraction: LMR Damask Rose Oil is obtained by solvent extraction followed by ethyl alcohol purification of the rose petals. LMR uses Turkish quality.
The Discovery Kit is an olfactive exploration of Costume National Scents’ sartorial approach to the art of perfumery. 1,5 ml is the perfect size to discover the DNA of the entire collection.Shop now