According to Romano Ricci, the inspiration for creating this new chypre fragrance with notes of patchouli and Bulgarian rose was an impulsive and passionate woman. "My Juliet, who has a gun, always appears to me in a variety of ways. She is impulsive, unpredictable, but infinitely feminine," says the perfumer, a descendant of the famous fashion house Ricci. “She is multifaceted in her extremeness, from seduction to recklessness, from provocation to vengeance. The tempting and seductive woman, known for her explosive sensuality, resembles the calm before the storm. She does not plot anything in advance, but, no doubt, will use her weapon if necessary "
A key role in Romano’s fragrance is assigned to the Bulgarian rose, the sweetest of all known rose varieties. The “explosive mixture” is complemented by a precious patchouli accord, so rich that it allows the fragrance to unfold with new and new faces throughout the day. Do you have a gun? Or another weapon of seduction?