Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Azzurro by Roberto Cavalli Perfume.
Paradiso Azzurro draws inspiration from the cerulean seawaters of the beatific Mediterranean, the aromatic scents that permeate the atmosphere. It begins with fresh and smooth notes of zesty bergamot, tangerine, and lavender. The heart is a floral-fruity arrangement accented by aqueous tinges. It presents petals of sweet jasmine, fleshy tuberose, and rose alongside apple and peach. Resting at the base are herbal cypress, creamy
sandalwood, vanilla, resinous amberwood, and nuances of cashmere wood.
Louise Turner was the nose behind this fragrance, Eva Maria Duringer designed the turquoise, diamond-shaped bottle. The first Roberto Cavalli fragrance came out in 2002. This one is from 2014. Roberto Cavalli is an Italian fashion designer with stores all over the world. His pioneering animal prints and textile techniques landed him a high status in the world of fashion. He is known for his erotic clothing lines. Overall, the brand sells menswear, accessories, underwear, vodka, and perfume.
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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