Portrait of a lady (Perfume 50ml) - Dominique Ropion

Portrait of a lady (Perfume 50ml) - Dominique Ropion

If a perfume is a portrait of the woman who wears it, here is one that reveals her inherent sophistication; as if, after an evening at the opera, one could still hear music streaming from the folds of her dress.

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€ 205,00

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Portrait of a Lady- Frédéric Malle

Perfume 50ml Vapo

A baroque, symphonic and sumptuous scent that took hundreds of tests to balance an extraordinarily expressive formula, Portait of a Lady contains arguably the most generous dose of Turkish rose absolute combined with a patchouli heart. Dominique Ropion created an amber rose built on a base of benzoin, cinnamon, sandalwood, musk, patchouli and incense. An evocative perfume of sensual beauty, which attracts people like a magnet. A modern classic. The perfumer: Dominique Ropion trained at the legendary Roure Bertrand Dupont laboratory in Grasse, before working with Jean-Louis Sieuzac, one of the greatest perfumery technicians. Today he is the leading perfumer of IFF and his work is characterized by a mix of precision and freedom and by the constant search for new and harmonious accords that arise from the combination of opposite ingredients. Adventurous and instinctive in his creative phase, he is also extremely rigorous in the final stages of formulating each of his fragrances.

Olfactory family: flowery and amber

Vittoria Profumi's advice: a wonderful amber fragrance to always wear

Perfume top note: rose
Perfume middle notes: blackcurrant; raspberry; clove
Perfume base notes: patchouli; sandalwood; frankincense

  • Capacity 100
  • Main Notes According Profumi Fioriti/Orientali
  • Profile Feminine Fregrances

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Portrait of a lady (Perfume 50ml) - Dominique Ropion

Portrait of a lady (Perfume 50ml) - Dominique Ropion

If a perfume is a portrait of the woman who wears it, here is one that reveals her inherent sophistication; as if, after an evening at the opera, one could still hear music streaming from the folds of her dress.

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