How to Use:
Frédéric Malle believes people should spray perfume where they wish to do so. Some people wear them on their neck or under their wrist, while others prefer to splash or spray fragrances on their chest. Layering across scents is not recommended as our perfumes are each an olfactive work of art, crafted to stand alone and apart.About the Perfume:
Inspired by the very particular fragrance of his mother's lipstick that he smelled when kissing her, Ralf Schwieger created Lipstick Rose. A perfume that is both regressive and a modern take on Hollywood glamor, Lipstick Rose smiles at you, like a dash of lipstick with its rose and violet-flavored candy scent. It embodies an alluring woman, part Gilda, part socialite. Grapefruit and violet enhance the fragrance's rose note. The backdrop is musk and vanilla with a hint of vetiver and amber. A vision of glamorized femininity in technicolor.About the Perfumer:
Born in Germany, Ralph Schwieger carried from his childhood memories of the smell of forests, moss and wood. A chemist by training, he joined Roure Bertrand Dupont when he turned thirty. His already strong technical ability allowed him to transcribe his ideas into his compositions. He talks about his trade like a construction game, part cerebral, part intuitive, a game that starts with an intellectual and conceptual phase, followed by long, sensual almost tactile research. His very structured writing and his desire to compose perfumes that are out of the ordinary give his work an unusual personality.
3.4 oz./ 100 mL