The Great Gatsby
The nobility, luxury, style, mystery, everyone's delight
Theme of fragrance is iris. Stylization of the image of the beginning of the last century, what could be the spirits, but never were. A glance from the future into the past, the same as the image of heroes in modern cinema is realized. The goal is to recreate the retro atmosphere with modern means. And let this non-profit composition, in which the cost price can be higher than the price. The inner need for its creation prevailed.
The fragrance embodies the atmosphere of the great works of F. Scott Fitzgerald
A man who has managed to carry his love through the years and distances, is worthy of admiration. Gatsby was great because he didn't live for money, material values or bestial pleasures, he lived for a dream that gave him hope. Only a very deep man can vigilantly purpose his object, cherish his love paying no attention to the vanity. Yes, he was a dreamer, he built castles in the air but the reality was much more prosaic. But dream and love make us men, don't they?
Thank you Carey Mulligan for the femininity and that typical of most beautiful girls sincere indecision, emotionality and charm coming from the inside. It is because of such the prettiest girls most often happens so many deaths.
The one who was loved and feared, the one about whom the gossips did not fade. The one with the perfect clothes, wonderful breeding and impeccable manners which would have made Rousseau himself proud of.
That great but timid as a boy in front of the one who charmed his closed from everyone heart. One can not be indifferent to his honest desire to show himself to Daisy in the most favorable light; and to his real masculine will to make his beloved one only his and only forever.
tobacco flower, pepper, neroli, bergamot, black currant, cocoa, saffron, cardamom, dried fruits, nutmeg, caramel, plum
jasmine, iris, rose, tuberose, orange blossom, orchid, ylang-ylang, cloves, Italian violet, tobacco, sage, coriander, angelica
vanilla, Siamese benzoin, tonka bean, amber, sandalwood, cedar, cashmere wood, labdanum, patchouli, agar wood, amyris, leather, musk
Private collection — the niche fragrances of rare and expensive components. Insisting composition and maturation requires a lot of time and attention. Behavior unpredictable natural ingredients. Each of them — thousands of species of molecules.
From reviews - lively reflections:
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The first 10 minutes he needs to give airing, he is heavy and muddled, but then finds his gourmet voice. For me, it is precisely this - caramel, dried fruit, flavored with cocoa light, dry tobacco. Surprisingly, the gourmet stage passes very quickly. Within 20 minutes woody notes, tobacco and spices play a big role. Floral notes are kept somewhere in the depths. He is surprisingly quiet and unobtrusive, although the first minutes seem deafening, but the opposite. That is, this is not Jay Gatsby's party, but some kind of melancholic waste from her. It smells of dessert, a little smoke, remnants of foreign spirits, maybe flowers where in vases in the background, already slightly wilted, very background leather of furniture. Only all this is aloof, melancholic. As if there is no pleasure now. Just a reminder of recent aspirations.
The fusion of woody and slightly sweet special notes is soft, slightly powdered. It is difficult to disassemble it into parts, I can immediately say that it does not have the usual oud, and the cashmere is not too active. The aroma is soft, rounded, slightly sweetened average depth and very stable in planting. In addition and unisex. He didn’t evoke bright emotions in me, rather played on the contrast with the title, giving melancholic disclosure, which is interestingly combined with the effect and meanings of the Fitzgerald novel. I don’t know if all this will help in terms of sales) Persistence without the slightest complaint, more than 12 hours.
The second story was told to me by the scent of “The Great Gatsby” by Edgardio Chilini. It was created by the perfumer, about which I recently spoke - Sergey Karov.
The composition of this perfume is a lot of notes united by an iris: it is a flower of tobacco, and pepper, and neroli, and all kinds of flowers - from rose to cloves, and spices, and pitch, and skin, and patchouli, and wood, and vanilla. In composition, you can never imagine how close it smells. As the name suggests, this author’s perfume composition was inspired by the narration of the Great
Gatsby, whose image was beautifully embodied in the film by Leonardo DiCaprio. The beginning reminded me very much of Paus from Chanel - slightly powdery, slightly chocolate. You can clearly hear cocoa and spices, as if in front of you there is a cup of hot chocolate flavored with spices.
This fragrance is very multi-layered. It feels like there are flashbacks in front of you - memories, almost like in the plot of the film: the author recalls his most vivid meetings with Gatsby under different circumstances. This is the scene of their acquaintance, the numerous parties, the Gatsby gentle and devoted love story seen from the side, for which, in fact, he has become so popular, the inner sadness in his eyes, passing through all this tinsel, loud music and brilliance. .. The feeling that characters appear one after another, each with their own character and mood, and Gatsby either gives in to their palm, or pushes them off with their charm and charisma. And for this change of people and scenery, the smells that accompany them, you need to make out the very image of Gatsby, without masks, which symbolizes the iris.
Of course, that all the shades of flavor are very good, we see different images and states of Gatsby, behind which he hides the real one. He then embodies all respectability with the smell of patchouli and expensive wood, then he acts as a person - a holiday with bright smells of luxurious flowers and fruits, then becomes a gentle lover, enveloping sweet vanilla and spices ... The aroma is very ambiguous and unpredictable, you have to be good and rather long familiar with it, so that its manifestations seem to you no longer new. At first, I could never predict how he will appear today. But in the end I caught the bright sadness that is present in it all the time and appears only occasionally .... as in the Great Gatsby itself.