Louis Vuitton perfumer and longtime friend Jacques Cavalier-Beltrud continues his exploration of Middle Eastern scent traditions and opens another chapter of the Maison's perfume history, which began with Ombre Nomade and Les Sables Roses. The master's new creation is based on materials that have been with mankind for many centuries - from the times when people gathered around the fire to feel safe and fenced off from the darkness approaching them.
The composition Nuit de Feu is inspired by the magic of the desert - a space in which a person begins to clearly realize who he really is and to feel his involvement with humanity - his past, present and future.
Waves of warmth and crackling fire bring the warmest emotions to the heart that are difficult to compare with any others. Fire gave our ancestors a sense of security, a sense of connection with higher forces and the confidence that they were not alone. The fragrance Nuit de Feu combines the most ancient and sacred ingredients - incense, musk, agarwood and leather, which keep the memory of our ancestors and remind us of the common home that all humanity is.
“Master perfumer Jacques Cavalier-Beltrude has recreated an amazing moment with the enchanting scent of incense, revered for centuries in many cultures.”
From the official press release of the fragrance
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