Italian niche line Carthusia has relaunched* Carthusia Lady:
An extravagant and glamorous trip to Capri in the years 1919/1920.
A refuge for intellectuals, aesthetes, musicians and the adopted home of a lesbian homosexual colony with guests from all over the world: In those years, cosmopolitan eccentrics and Haute Volée in their grand mansions on the cliffs overlooking the sea populated the island of Capri, which was once a favourite retreat of the great Roman Emperor Tiberius.
At that time an artist and intellectual commissioned the House of Carthusia to create an extraordinary fragrant composition. A perfume that would capture the harmonies and contrasts of this legendary age yet coupled with the unique and fascinating appeal of a Medusa.
The notes include violet, bergamot, ylang ylang, jasmine, muguet, iris, peach, sandalwood, patchouli and white musk.
Carthusia Lady is available in 50 ml Parfum.
* And presumably, reformulated, but I do not know how closely related it is to the brand's prior scent of that name.