Oil Fiction by Juliette Has a Gun Perfume.
Uniquely named and released in 2013, Oil Fiction is a woody, amber unisex fragrance with oriental notes that feel opulent and promising. Tuberose, ylang-ylang, and warm amber shine out brightest among the scents in this perfume, followed by ambroxan, labdanum, and iris. Saffron, patchouli, sandalwood, papyrus, vanilla, and bergamot filter throughout the fragrance with a refined and suave touch. Seductive and graceful, this scent is sophisticated,
voluptuous, and long-lasting, perfect for both men and women.
A project initiated in 2005 by Romano Ricci, Juliette Has A Gun was inspired by the Shakespearean tragedy. Grandson of fashion designer Nina Ricci, Ricci is a perfumer that aimed for this French brand to have five rose fragrances for women, to symbolize the flower that women receive from a man in love, to the lady of his heart. Working in collaboration with Francis Kurkdjian, Ricci has been releasing women's and unisex fragrances since 2006.