Paloma Picasso Paloma Picasso Eau de Parfum for Women
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Description Paloma Picasso Paloma PicassoIngredients
If you’re looking for a complex, feminine fragrance, the Paloma Picasso Paloma Picasso Eau de Parfum has got you covered. The perfumer used the artistic talent that she inherited from her parents and grandparents to create an aromatic masterpiece, a unique composition that you’ll fall in love with instantly.
- a chypre fragrance with floral and woody notes
- created by the daughter of Pablo Picasso
- ideal for evening wear and colder months
Composition of the fragrance
The fragrance is composed of combinations of chypre, floral notes. Fresh, spicy coriander and angelica are the first to greet your senses. The combination of aldehydes and jasmine follows, as well as notes of ylang-ylang and hyacinth. The base is comprised of woody and sensuous notes, patchouli, vetiver and tobacco. All of these ingredients are hidden inside a beautiful bottle which resembles a palm wood bracelet.
Story of the fragrance
Paloma Picasso was created by the famous painter’s daughter, which is why it bears her name. Paloma inherited much of her father’s artistic talent and coupled that with her grandfather’s experience as a perfumer to create this fragrance. It was launched in 1984. The external packaging features red and black, as red is Paloma’s favourite colour and black is what she perceives to be the symbol of strength.
- Clove, Patchouli, Floral Notes, Civet, Citrus Fruit, Jasmine, Vetiver, Ylang-Ylang, Coriander, Sandalwood
- Fragrance category
- floral, chypre
About the brand Paloma Picasso
The daughter of Pablo Picasso, one of the most famous artists, the Spanish painter and pioneer of Cubism, was surrounded by art and the art world from childhood. Although she hesitated to enter the world of design as she thought she would be compared with her father, she eventually started at an early age to design and manufacture jewellery.
Her grandfather, Emile Gilot, was a chemist and perfume manufacturer. So it was only a small step for Paloma Picasso to create her own perfume, which she did in 1984. She declared it to be a fragrance “for strong women like me”.
Perfumes were followed by handbags, belts, umbrellas, and small leather goods, which became famous internationally for their high quality and original design. Today, alongside the Paloma Picasso stores in Japan and Hong Kong, we can find Picasso products throughout the USA, Europe, and the Far East.