For the last PIERRE GUILLAUME PARIS of the decade, Pierre GUILLAUME revisits the “Dark Gourmand” structure characteristic of his first creations and executes a warm woody and mineral fragrance.
“In Jacques Monory’s painting, blue forgives all. It makes aesthetic crime, the threat, fascinating. Bathed in highly desirable shades of blue, urban and contemporary violence paradoxically becomes hypnotic.”
Through a vapour of Incense mixed with Vetiver, rises the woody bitterness of an accord of Cocoa Wood, Saffron and Amyris.
Anti-Blues deploys its greedy and dark nature by stretching its olfactory spectrum from the scent of Hay and Dark Chocolate to the animal nuances of a Vanilla hemmed with Leather and Tobacco.
By opposing the animal vibration of dark chocolate to the urban coldness suggested by the notes of incense, saffron and vetiver, the perfumer, influenced by Monory’s work, composes a painting with a dark and electric atmosphere.