The development of Liberty style architecture in Milan during the early 1900s brought a unique aesthetic appeal to the city. Bottled in this petally, elegant fragrance is the ideology of exposing one’s inner beauty on the exterior. This theory is the basis of the Liberty architectural movement and ‘Il quartiere del silenzio’ (Piazza Duse) in particular.
A bouquet of white flowers; jasmine, tuberose and gardenia release an enveloping and hypnotic floral cloud. A delicate base of woods grounds the composition, turning the ordinary into lavish art.