An homage to romance novelist Barbara Cartland, and reminiscent of a time when rose and violet were the most popular combination in perfumery. This perfume offers a modern twist with notes of leather and musk.
Notes: violet leaves, fruits rouges, violet flower, rose, leather, musk, salicylates
By Louison Grajcar, a classically-trained perfumer hailing from Belgium and now working out of Paris. It was while he was studying at the renown Fashion Academy in Antwerp that his teachers started calling him Libertin Louison, and the nickname stuck.