Indulging in a work of reinterpretation, Francis Kurkdijan [sic] has created a “ghost of a perfume” using only one hundred percent natural products. We discover the intensity of rose, iris, cut jasmine, tuberose and orange blossom. This fragrance is modulated by fine woody touches of cedar and sandalwood. To perfect the composition, two magnificent base notes were added: Tonkin musk and precious grey amber.
Ten bottles in Baccarat crystal are available for €8000 euros each; 1000 bottles in less expensive packaging (€350) are also to be sold. For more information, see chateauversailles.fr. Many thanks to Sara for passing on the news from Vogue.