Mona di Orio has launched Chamarré, the line's fifth fragrance. It is described as a "a dark, sweet, woody oriental of immense warmth and seduction":
Drawing inspiration from the word Chamarré, wich [sic] means "an explosion of colours and richly ornamented".
In this perfume, the warm breath of lavender in combination with aldehydes paves the path to sensual treats such as powdered iris from Florence, seductive rose absolue from Turkey and delicate violet, ending in a gentle embrace of cashmeran, opoponax and ambre gris.
Additional notes include clary sage.