Salvador Dali Regard Scintillant de Mille Beautés

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Salvador Dali has launched Dali Haute Parfumerie, a new collection of five fragrances inspired by Dali’s jewelry and interpreted by perfumer Alberto Morillas. The five fragrances are Regard Scintillant de Mille Beautés, Voyage Onirique du Papillon de Vie, Calice de la Séduction Éternelle, Mélodie du Cygne de la Main and Fluidité du Temps Imaginaire.

Salvador Dali Regard Scintillant de Mille Beautés

A restrained, mature rose oriental fragrance with subtle tangerine bitterness and a smooth, relaxed opening.

 

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Struck by the piercing strength of the Dalínian eye, perfumer Alberto Morillas decided to interpret it in this creation designed to tickle both the sight and spirit. ‘The eye of time’ inspires this bottle with its scintillating gaze, dazzling with endless beauty. It gives rise to an elegant and mysterious sun-kissed fragrance that diffuses the precious and unique scent of a graceful and noble Turkish rose, made captivating by the perfumer’s magic hand. South American ambrette absolute claims its majestic place at the heart of the fragrance.

Top: Turkish Rose, Tangerine, Galbanum
Heart: Frankincence, Atlas cedarwood, Ambrette Seeds
Bottom:  Musk, Patchouly, Moss

Rare and precious ambrette seeds were known as ‘musk seeds’ by royal perfumers in the 18th century, as their delicate scent also had a sensual and intimate dimension. Reserved for rare fragrances, ambrette seeds are crushed and distilled to obtain ambrette butter, a waxy solid that is then washed to yield an absolute with a floral, fruity and musky smell.

 

In a last carnal move, earth and wood come together at the base of this original fragrance to transform our vision of the world into one of permanent enchantment.

Salvador Dali Regard Scintillant de Mille Beautés is available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.

 

 

 

 

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