Exclusively for Operafashion, the Romanian primadonna Elena Mosuc opens the doors of her home and unveils to us her new favorite perfumes.
Jean Paul Gaultier, Scandal. Launched in June 2017 in collaboration with PUIG, this fragrance seduces with its chypre-honey mixture. The key notes are blood orange, honey, patchouli and gardenia, which united share a balsamic gourmet effect. The bottle is made of transparent glass while the stopper is designed in the sculptural form of female legs in golden color.
Carolina Herrera, Good Girl. Created by Louise Turner in 2016, this fragrance promises an innovative combination of tuberose and roasted tonka bean. The fragrance comes in a black stiletto shape bottle.
Amouage, Honour. Amouage is a luxury perfume house established in Oman by the Sultan of Oman. Lavish and sophisticated, Honour Woman by Amouage is a delicate floral mélange designed to capture the tragic predicament of Madam Butterfly – the iconic opera from Giacomo Puccini. Each ingredient embraces specific meaning to reflect the heroine’s poetic love and heartbroken sorrow – sweet tuberose represents danger; jasmine, attachment; gardenia, secret love and lily of the valley, purity of heart, while frankincense, amber and opoponax provides a harmoniously rich and complex base. The composition was created by Alexandra Carlin and Violaine Collas.