Not a Perfume - Juliette Has a Gun
Manufacturer: Juliette Has a Gun
Olfactory family: Woody-Moss.
A fragrance made out of a single element called Cetalox. Usually used in perfumery as a base note, it plays here the lead role... Another advantage of this particular composition, is that it is entirely allergen free. The result is minimalist, elegant, pur.
|Olfactory Family:||Floral Woody-Moss|
Perfumer Francis Kurkdjian was born in Paris in 1969, to a family of Armenian heritage. Francis Kurkdjian trained at ISIPCA and Quest. His first big success was with Jean Paul Gaultier's Le Mâle, which he developed at the age of 25.
He was the winner of the Prix François Coty in 2001. In 2009, Francis Kurkdjian was named Chevalier des Artes et des Lettres by the French Ministry of Culture.
Juliette Has A Gun is a niche fragrance project of Romano Ricci, Nina Ricci's grandson, initiated in 2005 with Francis Kurkdjian.
According to plans, this fragrance line will have five women's fragrances based on rose scent, as rose is the best gift by a man in love to the lady of his heart. Romano Ricci started this project inspired by Shakespeare's tragedy; modern Juliette is armed, but equally romantic as before.