Salvador Dali Melodie du Cygne de la Main

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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 Melodie du Cygne de la Main

An amazing iris fragrance with doughy texture and delicate, melancholic lilac and violets



Touched by the elegance of the ‘Leaf veined hand’ jewelry piece in yellow gold, emerald and ruby, dreamed up by Salvador Dalí in 1949, Alberto Morillas decided to infuse his olfactory emotion into a languid and enveloping fragrance that illustrates the metamorphosis of an individual under the emotion of a caress.

Top: Bergamot, Red Fruits, Violet leaves
Heart: Ires, Heliotrope, Orange Flower, Rose
Base: Vanilla, Cedarwood, Sandelwood, Gourmand Notes

In this hand-swan melody, like Zeus in the guise of a swan to couple with Leda, Queen of Sparta, precious iris from Florence radiates and melts into the heart of a gourmand, velvety accord. Native to Macedonia, this wonderful ingredient is an age-old perfumery treasure that adds a subtle powdery note to compositions. In this fragrance, iris prolongs notes of fresh violet leaf and delectable sun-ripened fruits. The velvety, powdery rose accord then wraps itself in irresistible and original praline, wavering between the sweetness of milk and the lushness of vanilla.



An unforgettable woody trail finally leads us into an imaginary forest of cedar and sandalwood, shrouded with powerful Indonesian patchouli, in which you will long to lose yourself for a few hours or an entire lifetime.

Salvador Dali Melodie du Cygne de la Main is available in 100 ml Eau de Parfum.




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