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Pas Ce Soir

$329.00
100ml
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Fruity, spicy and woody, Pas ce Soir is inspired by a mysterious and sensual night in Paris. With its evocative name and it's trilogy of jasmine, quince and orange blossom, it has charmed many.

Just like every night, Madam is getting ready in her office. She won’t have time to go back home. She freshens up, touches her make-up: red velour lipstick sometimes Bordeaux depending on her mood. She brushes her hair and takes out her necklace from her purse. Her white shirt slightly open highlights her inviting curves. She adds a bit more black to her eyes. She slams the front door as her heels strides on the sidewalk. Just like every Thursdays, she’s going to the cabaret Place de la Concorde. Madam has high hopes like every night. She likes people; she loves life. She finds a stool at the bar and orders a whiskey with ice before lighting her cigarette. In the darkness, she makes out a silhouette in front of her.

She turns to the side. It’s him. It’s always him. Their path often cross but they never speak. She smiles, gets up and goes dancing. Alone. Men line up for her attention, she politely replies. Madam is chic, she responds. Close to 2am while a dandy looking men catches her eyes and invites her to dance. She abides but only for a short period, she leans in says she has to go home. She likes him but the morning is soon approaching. She leaves after whispering these words in his ears…

"Not tonight".

Top notes: Black pepper, Ginger, Mandarin
Heart notes: Moroccan jasmine, Quince chutney, Orange blossom
Base notes: Cashmeran, Patchouli of Singapore, Amber wood

 

Because the French artisans and the French industry of perfumery hold savoir-faire second to none, BDK Parfums choses to manufacture “Made in France” products created by French enterprises.

The bottle cap, developed in Paris by a master goldsmith, was shaped after the dome of the Grand Palais in Paris. This monument that holds so many of the French treasures is the symbol of a city where creation and liberty rules all.

The perfume bottle, with its angled edges, is made by a master glass blower based in Normandy. Re-burnt after being fabricated, it holds a unique transparency and brilliance, which enables it to enhance the colour of the fragrance it contains.

The label, applied by hand, was made by a printing house located in the Marais.

Finally, the box set, similar to a bookbinding, was crafted by a family run business in the region of Le Mans. The ink used natural and the paper recycled. When standing long side each other, this box set forms an encyclopaedia of wonderful perfumes.