ATELIER COLOGNE UNVEILS NEW COLLECTION MéTAL
By The Beauty Hub | December 8th, 2013 | Company News,News
The Cologne Absolue is an entirely new olfactive family of fragrances dedicated to the elegance of citruses, the traditional ingredients of a cologne.
Niche perfume brand Atelier Cologne unveils new Collection Métal with the launch of Silver Iris and Gold Leather in this collection. Celebrating the lustrous beauty of rare elements and enriched in craftsmanship and character, the bottles are covered in genuine precious metals, marking an industry first technology. Real gold and silver give the flasks a new personality.
“A woman of such intimidating beauty and sparkling vitality gained the adoration of everyone around her. However, no one knew what she had been through. With her wild spirit, she was tough, stronger than metal, and never looked back. When she met him, for the first time in her life, she could stand still. She may have found the absolu man.”
Silver Iris starts off with top notes of tangerine from Italy, pink pepper from China and blackcurrant from Burgundy, followed by the heart of the fragrance which fuses violet leaves from Grasse, Iris Pallida from Tuscany and mimosa from Grasse. Patchouli from Indonesia, white amber and tonka bean from Brazil settle the fragrance at the base.
“A man of such great power and charisma could have anything he asked. Despite it all, he could not have the only thing he really wanted. For the first time in his life, he had found the absolue woman and he was a better man for it. He would not let her go. Anything but that. He would trade all the gold in the world to be with her.”
Bitter orange from Seville, Indian saffron, Jamaican rum.
Plum, davana from India, eucalyptus from California.
Fraction of gaiac wood from India, fraction of cedarwood from Texas, leather & oud accord.
You can find Atelier Cologne online at www.ateliercologne.com.
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