Francesca Bianchi Perfumes - Luxe Calme Volupté
A perfume like a poem, its structure a verse metre and its olfactory nuances the embodiment of lyrical wordplay. Luxe Calme Volupte refers to Baudelaire's "Invitation au Voyage", which describes in yearning lines the very place of luxury, silence and indulgent pleasure that reveals itself as a common destination determined by harmony. Quite Baudelaire, aesthetics and savoir vivre, the art of enjoying life, come to play supporting roles that unite him with his beloved in his play of thoughts in a delightful exotic place.
Intensely floral, infused with fruity green sparks, Luxe Calme Volupte unfolds as a sensually indulgent amber fragrance that renounces all worries. Bitter orange and mandarin form the citrus-sweet prelude to this perfume arranged by Franchesca Bianchi. They lead into a luxurious heart note, which is formed by balsamic galbanum in a powerful combination with tropical fruits, the beguiling notes of hyacinth and sweet ylang ylang. The result is a well-formulated, deeply aesthetically motivated ensemble that rests on a creamy warm accord of benzoin, vetiver and sandalwood, alongside noble iris notes, and is presented caramel-coloured in an elegantly designed glass bottle. Luxe Calme Volupte becomes an opulent and sensual experience in its consistent renunciation of everyday worries and stressors, through its gentle, penetratingly conveyed calm.