Velours Boisé - Jacques Fath
Eau de parfum
“Man is a social animal” - Aristotle
Mass culture from the United States seeks in Hollywood glamour, crooners, swing and Broadway musicals an antidote to the Great Depression.
Modernism was then spread throughout society, thanks to currents such as Art Deco and Bauhaus, while cinema glorified its new icons such as Greta Garbo, Jean Harlow or Marlene Dietrich.
Stripped of all artifice, it is a gender-free olfactory creation inspired by the modernist architecture of a Mallet-Stevens smoking room. The bursts of laughter of a social society happy to feast there splits the tobacco volutes that stretch gently on the leather armchairs and along with the pear tree and mahogany woodwork...
Notes: Pear Leaves, Turkish Tobacco Absolute, Hay, Honey, Mahogany, Powdery and Animal Notes.
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