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Have you ever smelled the epic moon of Jupiter discovered by Galileo in 1610 covered by a vast saltwater ocean? Here’s your chance to go on a dreamlike ride on the shores of Lake Maggiore. The couturier and perfumer Quentin Bisch collaborated to bring a contemporary view to the story of Ganymede into fragrant form. The two artists dreamt of a new planet, Ganymede, the rocky satellite of Jupiter, both luminous and covered in salt-water oceans. Aluminous and fluid, the salinity of the sea gently waves into contact with fragrant violet as acidic mandarin falls into a supple suede and leather base in this all-season, anytime of the year, fragrant wear with great longevity so spray lightly and enjoy a walk on the moon.
Notes include mineral notes, mandarin, saffron, violet, osmanthus absolute, akigalawood, and immortelle absolute.
- Marc-Antoine Barrois, French design house with perfumes designed by Quentin Bisch.