Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto by Roberto Cavalli Perfume.
Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto perfume was created to bring to mind a thriving, flowery paradise. Released in 2016, the nose behind this scent is Louise Turner. Pink pepper and wisteria are the most potent top notes with bergamot, grapefruit, and lemon adding a citrusy twist. The middle notes include wild jasmine, red lily, and passionfruit. Wild jasmine is one of the most robust aromas in the perfume. The base notes of vanilla,
sandalwood, and patchouli are sensual and earthy. This fragrance is moderate and fits right in on a spring or summer day.
The first Roberto Cavalli fragrance was launched in 2002, 30 years after the designer entered the fashion scene. Animal print and snake designs are signature features for this company’s clothing line and can often be seen on their perfume packaging as well. With more than 40 scents, this Italian company is known as an icon of Italian glamour. They also design underwear, accessories, and vodka.
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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