Paradiso Perduto's perfume is inspired by the central panel, where pleasure and love are represented: exotic animals symbolising lust, a crowd of nudes, some in erotic surrender, others in a chrysalis (larva) stage, being fed by birds carrying cherries and strawberries in their beaks, considered fruits with aphrodisiac properties. In the third panel, the scene turns into a demonic concert: musical instruments become means to inflict suffering and pain. An olfactory representation of the contrasts present in the triptych.
The fragrance opens with Rosewood, Amel Milk and Plum. After which a rich floral bouquet emerges, clearly formed by Tuberose, Jasmine and Narcissus.
Rosewood, Davana, Saffron, Plum, Almond milk
Tuberose, Sambac Jasmine, Osmanthus, Rose, Narcissus, Immortelle
Benzoin, Myrrh, Styrax, Iris, Cashmere, Suede, Vetiver, Amber, Musk