Freedom from stereotypes is one of the most valuable forms of freedom. The feminine and masculine no longer meet in traditional opposition, but move into a completely different system of relations - creative complementarity and the search for common solutions and answers.
In this search, a real femme more and more often notices a strength that breaks through from within - a masculine note against the background of tenderness, charm, charm - everything that makes her a woman. This power does not give her coarseness, callousness, but gives a new understanding of herself. Her power is the power to be a woman, which is revealed in the simultaneous splash of notes of orange blossom and lavender - Aphrodite's song, sung in the voice of Ares.
In the new fragrance from Yves Saint Laurent, it is surrounded by a trail of vanilla and amber and is sealed in a dramatic bottle that combines the brand's couture codes into one shape: an elegant chain, an asymmetric cap and Cassandra that cuts into the glass surface speak the language of freedom and reveal its meaning according to Yves Saint Laurent: to awaken the feminine principle in oneself is to become free.
“This is a manifesto. Character. Lifestyle and the ability to say no. This is a choice in favor of personal beliefs despite the circumstances. This is the statement of black as a very special element of the palette, a symbol of dazzling elegance."
From the official press release of the fragrance
Photo: archives of press services
- Ideal formula: the most autumnal perfumes
- The smell of a royal wedding: what perfume was chosen for princess weddings
- Tobacco and patchouli: the most mysterious notes in fragrances
- What is a fasting diet and who is it suitable for