Belle Tatiana sang the ballet master Triquet to Tatiana in Tchaikovski’s opera Eugene Oneguin! This fragrance represents the gentle and pure Tatiana when she falls in Love with Oneguin. It was created around the precious essence of Rosa Damascena. Imagine yourself walking in a garden on a beautiful spring day. The...
Belle Tatiana sang the ballet master Triquet to Tatiana in Tchaikovski’s opera Eugene Oneguin! This fragrance represents the gentle and pure Tatiana when she falls in Love with Oneguin. It was created around the precious essence of Rosa Damascena.
Imagine yourself walking in a garden on a beautiful spring day. The smell of fresh grass leads you through the park. It is so lovely to walk in a light dress through nature awakening. The dew, which has just evaporated in the first rays of the sun, carries the sparkling and fresh smell of lily of the valley, hyacinths and lilac. Suddenly, you are overwhelmed by the captivating smell of a rose – voluptuous, fruity, and radiant. You feel reborn, more beautiful, younger, happier, exhilarated by this beautiful rose which, still fresh from the morning dew, opens gradually to the warmth and light of the sun, like love, which awakens and envelops Tatiana in softness and voluptuousness.
The porcelain sculpture bottle was created with artist Joëlle Fèvre as a visual and tactile representation of the perfume. Joëlle starts from a block of clay, which she sculpts to obtain light effects and texture effects. She does not use glaze because she likes to work with the organic texture and the translucency of porcelain biscuit. The aspect of the sculpture-bottle changes depending on where it stands and how it is touched by light.
You can guess the silhouette of a woman wearing a mouslin dress, elegant and refined, but you can also see the bud of a rose, which is slowly opening up. Its geometrical petals remind of the creations of the Cubists but the light undulations bring tenderness and delicateness to it. The petals are carefully polished for a very soft and tender touch and reflect on the cap of the glass bottle, which multiplies them. The light moves through the petals and animates the sculpture-bottle. Fine streaks run through the bottle and remind you of the feel of the grass. They lead the eye to focus on the flower. The light leaning of the sculpture brings it to life, as if a light breeze was gently blowing over it. The glass bottle containing the perfume is locked in the porcelain sculpture; its metal cap reflects the top of the sculpture thereby becoming an integral part of the porcelain sculpture. The pump can be easily unscrewed for a quick refill and without loss of perfumeNotes: Lemon, Freshly Cut Grass, Lily of the Valley, Lilac, Hyacinth, Damascus Rose, Musk, Heliotrope