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A Cologne created as an echo to the work of Claude Monet: Au Bord de l’Eau. A mist of sparkling citrus, resting on green and woody undertones. Inspired by the signature work of Claude Monet, this perfume uses raw olfactive materials as if they were paint pigments. Like Monet’s masterpiece, we alternate between the apparent realism of the zest of bergamot and lemon- its freshness is mixed with the petals of the bitter orange and the more complex texture nestled below.
The artist suggests, without defining, the contours of houses that are reflected in the water. To the hesperidia mist, Fabrice Pellegrin has added rosemary, an identifiable green note, violet and soft musk.
Family: Soft Floral
Head Notes: Bergamot, Lemon Sfumatrice
Heart notes: Neroli Bigarade, Petals Essence
Base Notes: Violet wood
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