MAISON FRANCIS KURKDJIAN L’EAU A LA ROSE FRAGRANCE FILM

MAISON FRANCIS KURKDJIAN L’EAU A LA ROSE FRAGRANCE FILM

Discover L'Eau à la Eose, an eau de toilette composed of 400 freshly bloomed roses.

February 17, 2020

Like the caress of rose petals gathered at daybreak, the Maison Francis Kurkdjian L’Eau à la Rose eau de toilette unfolds on the skin with a delicate floral freshness.

Inspired by the story of a painting of Queen Marie Antoinette holding a Centifolia rose in her hand signed Elisabeth Vigée Le Brun, her official portraitist, Francis Kurkdjian created in 2014 a same name eau de parfum: À la rose. Through his creation, master perfumer Francis Kurkdjian, has put a modern spin on a theme sometimes seen as old-fashioned, giving a contemporary way of wearing a rose and seducing those who were initially resistant to wear the scent.

To compose the Maison Francis Kurkdjian L’Eau à la Rose, a fruity floral eau de toilette, Francis Kurkdjian has chosen two sorts of roses from two origins. Damascena rose oil from Bulgaria offers its fruity note, slightly spicy and fruity (pear and lychee) for a blooming top note. On the base note, centifolia rose absolute from Grasse gives its generous rosy floral note, a petalled effect with slightly honeyed facet.

This duo composed of four hundred powerful roses has been magnified thanks to a green and airy freshness peony accord and above all a lychee top note adding fruity and tangy facets. The white musks convey a sensual and light enveloping effect.

The fragrance is now available online at FrancisKurkdjian.com and other points of sale.

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