Act III Scene Three
Caroline Dumur stands at the center of the stage to represent the missing scene in Masque Milano Opera Act of Love. “Tonight she is Imogen... and tomorrow night she will be Juliet”. For this fragrance we couldn’t help pointing the spotlight on the quintessential flower of love: her majesty the Rose. A rose soliflora: love on stage.
The rose of love is in full bloom.
What could depict the feeling of a lover, but the crispy, vibrant scent of a scarlet flower?
Love. Oh, love.
Lover, oh lover.
And... What's in a name? That which we call a rose
By any other name would smell as sweet.
But — more often than not — love might have a tragic end. The rose of love has dried down. Just one night has passed, and it looks like a-thousand years. Crush the dried-down rose in you hands. You will get nothing but dust. And a beautiful, melancholic memory of how sweet this swiftly-fading romance has been.
|Notes||Turkish Rose Oil LMR, Geranium Oil Egypt LMR, Ambrette Absolute LMR, Rose Oxyde, Patchouli Oil Molecular Distillation Indonesia LMR, Cedarwood Oil, Animalic Musk, Ambrarome|
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