The Dahlia is a flower without a scent. Dahlia Noir is an allegory of this flower, a mysterious and imaginary fragrance.
François Demachy, composer of olfactory creations, followed Riccardo Tisci in his imagination, at times inspired by his family history, to bring to life this fantasy fragrance. Memories became sensations, then sensations became notes, and the notes have been blended into an unforgettable fragrance.
In perfumery, as in Haute Couture, Riccardo Tisci weaves a bond between traditional softness ( the powdery notes) and his resolutely modern universe, transcribed here by woody notes. To this olfactory base, mystical notes such as Sandalwood and Tonka bean are added, then harmonized with rose, iris and mimosa, creating a perfect flower, a flower fatal;
From its enveloping warmth to its floral wake, Dahlia Noir is steeped in emotion and redefines the imagination of Riccardo Tisci. It is a carnal fragrance: Dahlia Noir claims the skin and calls out to be touched.
Soon you will discover the Dahlia Noir flacon, the vessel of this mysterious flower.