The Flute brought Jean-Christophe Bonnafous to India, but scents are what carried him into the next chapter of his love affair with the country. “I was leaving a party one summer, walking the streets of Mumbai, when the most magnificent smell caught me unexpectedly, and memories from my childhood came flooding back.” The smell was raat ki raani, a floral, heady and romantic scent that haunts the streets during the summer and is ubiquitous with the time of year.
[...] “Fragrance and music have a lot in common, this feeling of coming and fading. Smells stay longer, but have a similar ebb and flow,” says Bonnafous.
— Read more in This quaint brand is creating long-lasting perfume oils with no artificial fragrances at Vogue India.
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