Salle Privee - Monochrome
Le Temps Perdu was the first fragrance creation from Salle Privée. With its minimalist abstraction and luxurious design, it communicates the brand's philosophy with conviction. The extravagant expression of timelessness and nostalgia is omnipresent in the name, as well as in the composition, and refers to the most prominent work of Marcel Proust - the novel "À la recherche du temps perdu", published in seven volumes - in which the author recalls his life and ascribes an overpowering role to memory. In this way Le Temps Perdu also aims at memory and recollection. The character of this fragrance follows a unique architectural, sharp and abstract layered structure: Amber and Abroxan enter into a warm, immediate marriage with Musk and Iso-E Super, surrounded by dark wood notes. Warm and animalistic, the result is an eau de parfum that has never been seen before, seductive and addictive.