When the first notes of Lady Vengeance float up to your nose, you might be caught off guard. This radiant, alive, and lovely scent is looking for revenge? Just wait: The trick of Lady Vengeance is that she gets her revenge through some clever sleight of hand and pure charm before revealing smoky, darker, caramelized corners. We can thank patchouli for the yang to rose's yin, and we can thank Romano Ricci for having the vision to cast the rose in a role that is youthful and sophisticated with the slightest electric undercurrent of danger. Notes include Bulgarian rose, vanilla, and patchouli.
Initiated into the world of fashion by his great grandmother Nina and to perfumery by his grandfather Robert, creator of the famous perfume L’air du Temps, Romano Ricci has been surrounded by fashion and creation since childhood. Ricci decided to marry his family’s heritage with his own modern vision of perfumery. After a four-year apprenticeship in perfumery, he persuaded Francis Kurkdjian, master perfumer, to work with him in creating Juliette Has A Gun. The brand envisions a Shakespeare's Juliette as a modern woman who uses perfume as a weapon of seduction.
Lady Vengeance was inspired by the vision of a confident, elegant, contemporary woman.