Of all the flowers that smell like skin, Tuberose is undoubtedly the most striking example. Torrid and sensual, Tuberose combines flower shop freshness, a spicy, animal and eucalyptus-infused violence with milky softness. Access to the industry's latest technological innovations and Frédéric Malle's insistence on giving complete freedom to his perfumers prompted Dominique Ropion to tackle this olfactory Everest. After two years of development, his "Carnal Flower" broke new ground in this legendary perfume category.
Dominique Ropion trained at the legendary Roure Bertrand Dupont laboratory before going to work with Jean-Louis Sieuzac, one of the perfumery world's great technicians. Today he is a star perfumer at IFF. What makes Ropion's work special is the mix of precision and freedom, and his quest to create new, harmonious accords by pairing ingredients that are polar opposites. An adventurer who abandons himself to instinct, Dominique Ropion is also extremely rigorous in the final stages of the formulation of each of his fragrances.
100 mL/ 3.4 fl. oz.