Narciso Rodriguez Bleu Noir by Narciso Rodriguez Cologne.
Introduced in 2015, Narciso Rodriguez Bleu Noir was crafted to be a modern sophisticated fragrance that aesthetically evokes the deep blue-black tones of dusk. This woody and spicy scent opens with nutmeg and cardamom before revealing a heart of musk. Finishing base notes of vetiver, ebony and blue cedar give the perfume an unusual character, balancing clean and crisp tones with dark and earthy ones. Sonia Constant is the mastermind
behind this blend, a perfumer who’s previously crafted fragrances for Antonio Banderas, Avon, Burberry and other standout brands.
Narciso Rodriguez began as a designer for Calvin Klein and Donna Karan, but introduced his own collections in the early 2000s. His fashions have been worn by luminaries such as First Lady Michelle Obama and the late Carolyn Kennedy. Teaming up with Shiseido, Rodriguez introduced his first fragrance in 2003, going on to release a total of 37 scents.
Born and raised in Newark New Jersey and a graduate of Parsons School of Design, American born Narciso Rodriguez spent his early days working freelance before landing a job at Anne Klein under Donna Karan and then later at Calvin Klein. His breakout year came in 1995—while working as Design Director at TSE in New York, Rodriguez simultaneously held the same post at Cerruti in Paris where he was called upon to design the wedding gown for the late...
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