Sale Gosse (EDP 100) - by Fanny Bal

Sale Gosse - by Fanny Bal (perfume)

An ode to "enfants terribles" and all kinds of monkey affairs: scribbles on the blackboard, devious schemes and jokes galore.

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  • 100 ml

€ 265,00

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Sale Gosse - by Fanny Bal (perfume)

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Year of creation: 2017

Family: Fresh flowered

The new fragrance Sale Gosse by Frederic Malle is intended for the naughty child, the "Sale Gosse", the opposite of the angelic child typical of glossy advertisements, a scented cuddle dedicated by Frederic Malle and created by Fanny Bal, a young emerging perfumer.


Maitre: Fanny Bal

Fanny Bal is a force of nature. As Dominique Ropion's apprentice, she has access to the best raw materials in the industry and some of her best kept secrets; she constantly surprises all of her and yet she seniors, first surprising her at ISIPCA, then at IFF, with her independent initiatives and rigorous experimentation, both of which testify to her flourishing talent. She has shown everyone, including Frédéric Malle, that she is a young perfumer to be reckoned with. Dominique Ropion said of her student that, "curious, tenacious and daring" both in her approach to perfume and as a person, Fanny Bal has "all the best qualities to become a great perfumer".

Petitgrain, neroli, bergamot, and rosemary are infused with a cheeky smile of purple and strawberry for a taste of bubble gum, old-fashioned sweets, and get away with it.

Olfactory notes: Neroli, Bergamot, Petitgrain, Narcissus Absolute, Rose, Violet, Musk


Vittoria Profumi's advice: Sale Gosse by Frederic Malle, a perfume even for the youngest due to the low alcohol concentration, it is an eau de cologne, but very pleasant also for adults and persistent, concentrated on fresh notes with floral accents.

  • Main Notes According Profumi Esperidati / Freschi
  • Profile Unisex

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Sale Gosse  - by Fanny Bal (perfume)

Sale Gosse - by Fanny Bal (perfume)

An ode to "enfants terribles" and all kinds of monkey affairs: scribbles on the blackboard, devious schemes and jokes galore.

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