Roberto Cavalli Florence by Roberto Cavalli Perfume. Roberto Cavalli Florence is a women’s chypre floral perfume that was announced in 2017.
Perfumer Marie Salamagne of Firmenich is the nose behind the fragrance, which has head notes of mandarin orange and black currant and heart notes of orange blossom, hibiscus seed, and grapefruit blossom. Patchouli, amber, and musk make up the base notes. This is an ideal fragrance for fall and winter evening wear.
Italian fashion designer Roberto
Cavalli launched his first collection in 1970. He gained attention with his innovative leather printing techniques, which involved creating patchwork designs made from different materials. His first boutique opened in Saint-Tropez in 1972. Cavalli also invented a denim sandblasting technique in 1994. Besides clothing and fragrance, the brand, which is based in Milan, Italy, is also known for leather accessories, women’s wear, and men’s wear. The first fragrances for Cavalli debuted in 2002, with Coty currently holding the fragrance license.
As the grandson of Guiseppe Rossi, the great 19th century Florentine impressionist painter, Roberto Cavalli was destined to be a great artiste. As a student at the Florence Art Academy in the early 1960s, Cavalli’s skills in textile printing were already garnering him attention in fashion when he caught the eye of major Italian hosiery factories—his skill and innovation in textile printing would bring him to the forefront of the fashion...
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