Silences Eau De Parfum Sublime by Jacomo Perfume.
A ladylike chypre with a floral green profile, Silences Eau De Parfum Sublime has a long and storied history. The current formulation is a 2012 reinterpretation of the original, released in 1978 and later reissued in 2004. In the top notes, galbanum and pear blend for a bittersweet accord with sparkling aldehydes and green cassia leaf. The impressive array of floral notes at the heart include iris, rose, narcissus, and lily-of-the-valley,
bringing an overall air of sophistication. Woody notes at the base include elegant sandalwood and dry, musty vetiver, with just a hint of primal musk.
Jacomo is a portmanteau brand identifier incorporating the names of its two founders, Gerard Courtin and James Kaplan, a Frenchman and an American who met in New York during the late 1960s and bonded over their shared love of music, art, and design. In 1970, the fashion company released its first fragrance for men, followed by a companion product for women the subsequent year.
The company developed its first fragrance line in 1970, a masculine scent called Eau Cendree, closely followed by a feminine counterpart called Chicane. They remained a reasonably small business throughout the seventies, catering primarily to an elite New York clientele
The brand became more widely recognized in 1980 when it released Jacomo de Jacomo, a crisp men’s scent featuring florals, sandalwood and patchouli. The fragrance came on the...
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