Calice De La Seduction Eternelle by Salvador Dali Perfume.
Calice De La Seduction Eternelle is a shared women’s and men’s Oriental floral fragrance that was announced in 2015. The scent is a combination of ten fragrance notes: patchouli, ylang-ylang, amber, Haitian vetiver, labdanum, cedar, jasmine, vanilla, and rose. It wears best on winter evenings.
The flacon is clear with a black top that is capped with a red vase that pays tribute to Tristan and Isolde, a 1953 work of art from surreal
artist Salvador Dali. The box is black, with Dali’s signature in gold. Perfumer Alberto Morillas of Firmenich signed the fragrance for this brand, which is named after the artist, who launched his first fragrance in 1983 in honor of his wife and muse Gala, an aficionado of perfumes. Dali, known for his eccentricities and avant-garde art, worked in many disciplines and had collaborated with fashion designers Christian Dior and Coco Chanel. French perfume company Cofinluxe holds the fragrance license for the brand.
As one of the true artistic geniuses of the twentieth century whose work encompasses various mediums, Spanish Surrealist Salvador Dali (1904 - 1989) was naturally interested in all forms of artistic expression. During his lifetime he mastered several forms of art including film, sculpture and photography and collaborated with artists from various areas of the community. He held shows throughout the world and it was at one such show in Paris that...
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