Head in the sky,
feet on the ground,
Parfum in my pocket.

The Milano Collection

The Milano Collection

The Milano Collection

The Milano Collection

The Milano Collection

Huile de Silence

The development of Liberty style architecture in Milan during the early 1900s brought a unique aesthetic appeal to the city. Bottled in this petally, elegant fragrance is the ideology of exposing one’s inner beauty on the exterior. This theory is the basis of the Liberty architectural movement and Il quartiere del silenzio (Piazza Duse) in particular.

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Tempo Rubato

In musical terms Tempo Rubato is defined as expressive and rhythmic freedom, by speeding up or slowing down the tempo of a piece. The liberation from the plot brings to life a natural and personal interpretation of the artform itself. Teatro Dal Verme, an institution of the arts, embodies this through emotional expressiveness in all kinds of forms of creativity.

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Sonder

The profound feeling of realizing that everyone, including strangers passed in the street, has a life as complex as one's own. A tribute to the Palazzo dell’Arengario that overlooks the many unique individuals who journey across the main square of the city, each on their very own personal mission.

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Vertical

A fresh and sparkling opening evoked by lemon and bergamot, a forest-like base of oakmoss and patchouli. A fragrance of verticality, able to perfectly combine the top notes to the base. Stands tall in its modern elegance.

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Archetype

Although never actually built, Filarete’s plan of Sforzinda became the archetype of conscious city planning during the High Renaissance and inspired architects to come. The Filarete Tower, the main entrance to the Sforzesco Castle, is symbolic of the rich foundation the city of Milan was built upon.

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