Boutonnière no.7 Eau de Parfum
May 1899, Foyer of the Opéra-Comique, Paris
During the Opera’s intermission, a group of seven young men gathers at the Grand Foyer in search of new flirtations. Women of all sorts are lured in by the crisp, green scent of the men’s gardenia boutonnieres, enlivened with the bergamot and lavender colognes they wear. As they draw closer, the “Opera Flower” exudes its elegant masculinity, the last breath of a bloom sacrificed on a black-tie lapel.
A green floral fragrance with main notes of:
Lavender, Bergamot, Italian Mandarin, Gardenia jasminoides/Gardenia citriodora duo, Genet absolute, Vetiver and oakmoss.
Top notes– French lavender, Calabrese bergamot and Italian mandarin.
Heart notes– Gardenia jasminoides/Gardenia citriodora duo, genet absolute and violet leaf absolute.
Background notes– Labdanum, vetiver essence, Croatian oak moss & castoreum.
Developed with Rodrigo Flores-Roux