Piu Bellodgia by Caron Perfume. Piu Bellodgia is a romantically gentle, feminine perfume with just a touch of oriental spice.
At the same time, this sweet floral scent is offset by a hint of a mystery bouquet that keeps it contemporary and refreshing. The classically clean white flowers of the top notes include carnation, jasmine, lily-of-the-valley and rose. The aromatic heart notes are a combination of cinnamon and cloves, which mix with the cedar of the base notes to convey the Orient as it
floats through the air. Other enduring base notes include an insistent Mysore sandalwood and a warm woody musk.
As an in-house perfumer, Piu Bellodgia was created by Richard Fraysse. He is a third-generation perfume maker for Caron, which is the second oldest perfume house in Parisian history. This unique scent is presented in a lovely square bottle with a sophisticated gold label. The bottle’s neck has a gold band that emphasizes the stylish nature of the fragrance.
Caron is a French perfume house founded in 1904 by Ernest Daltroff who, without any formal training in perfumery, created one of the most successful houses in fragrance history. Hired in 1906 to be the company’s artistic adviser, Felicie Wanpouille, a former dressmaker, was responsible for bottle and package design. It was Wanpouille who ran Caron when Daltroff, who was Jewish, fled to the United States to escape persecution. Daltroff never...
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