Les Espionnes du Tsar, Eau de Parfum - 100ml
WAS £78 - NOW £36
The Secret Heroines of the Tsar is a feminine fragrance full of self-esteem. It aims at extremely feminine women and hides a secret ingredient in its heart - Siberian baby woodrose flower. The perfume opens with a breeze of Italian lemon, grapefruit from Israel, with lemon sorbet, apple and melon. A heart blooms with Siberian baby woodrose, surrounded with jasmine, rose, lily of the valley and magnolia. Base notes incorporate iris, sandalwood, patchouli, caramel, amber, vanilla and musk. For women who are fulfilled in their femininity – worthy successors to the Tsar’s secret heroines. The Silver Liana, whose indigo flowers are crowned by a white velvet calyx, will lavish you with a delicate, muted charisma. It is rich in revitalizing properties to enhance your imagination and your learning and to invigorate your mind
- Romea d'Ameor is a French house founded by Annie Vannier. Their collection is inspired by women who had an important role in the history, attracted attention with their charm, charisma and certainly, beauty. The whole collection was created in cooperation with perfumer Pierre Bourdon, who signed numerous famous editions. Each of the presented perfumes is dedicated to a different woman from the history, who was given one unusual and exciting flower of the composition, which symbolizes her temperament and seductiveness
- Fragrance notes:
- Top: Citronella, Grapefruit, Lemon sorbet, Apple, Melon
- Heart: Silver liane, Jasmien, Lily of the valley, Rose, Magnolia
- Base: Iris, Sandal, Patchouli, Caramel, Merigue, Amber, Vanilla, Musk
- Eau de Parfum 100ml Spray
- Presented in an elegant box, the bottle is shaped like a thin amphora. A red ribbon is tied around the neck
- St. Petersburg 1720, Tsar Peter the Great summons Anna, his most trusted spy to discuss their plans to secretly commission François Boucher, King Louis XV's court artist to paint for the Hermitage Museum and so prove to the Russian people that the city's cultural influence can surpass that of any city in Europe.
- As she travels through the sleeping suburbs, wrapped in icy fog, the slightly tangy smell of the countryside reminds her of the lemon sorbet she had tasted the previous evening in the company of the Tsar.
- During the journey, her horse-drawn coach breaks down in the middle of a forest abundant with rich scents. The unusual smell of the flowers mixed with the memory of fruit and the mysterious earthy notes of patchouli and the sweat of the horses surrounds her and imbues her clothing with its seductive charms.
- After several weeks traveling Anna arrives in Versailles, and there she arranges to meet François, who, upon seeing her is instantly taken by the mysterious perfume of her clothing.
- She hands him the letter, promising a handsome payment if he agrees to paint a picture to be exhibited in the most famous museum in all of Russia. By the time Boucher is finished reading, Anna has already disappeared. The perfume that escapes from the small piece of silk that she had wisely tucked into the envelope is Boucher's only source of inspiration.
- The abstract vision entices the artist into a creative frenzy and in no time at all he has completed a magnificent painting. It was the first in a series of paintings and it might well have been titled "The secret heroines of the Tsar", embodying the countless feminine nuances of Anna's perfume.
- The original oil painting depicting a country scene in Russia is now kept in the secret vaults of St. Petersburg. Only a legendary perfume can bring it to life in our imaginations...
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