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The community of Frag Lovers in Fragrantica
Luca Turin in his PerfumesILove
Miguel Matos in Fragrantica (scroll down for Angel’s Dust)
Tomoo Inaba in Profice (scroll down for Angel’s Dust)
Antonia Moreale in Anthoscents (scroll down for Angel’s Dust)
Claudia Umeton in Parfumes et Beauté sur les pointes
Ana in Ana y El Perfume (scroll down for Angel’s Dust)
The making of Angel’s Dust
While working on Angel’s Dust, I was studying my way into an innocent, light-as-a-feather feminine touch but at the same time seducing, daring and corrupt. The vintage, old-style twist was not voluntary but a necessary consequence of my idea of a femininity of past times, where women had a wooden boudoir and spent hours to put powder and other beauty secrets on their face and body, and didn’t care to affirm themselves through a career but would exert their power through Beauty and Seduction. Then I softened the powdery-iris-rose part by adding a mixture of resins, representing a dirty experienced sensuality.
Some movies and books probably gave some inspiration to me. Les Liaisons Dangereuses, for instance, represented exactly the sophisticated and corrupted atmosphere I had in mind! A beautiful memory I had is the Marie Antoniette in the Coppola’s movie. I obviously like Rococo, but what I like specifically in that movie is the femininity she represents: shoes, sins, libertinage, cakes, and absolute mindlessness, without any guiltiness.
Many have compared Angel’s Dust to some Guerlain mythological scents (Luca Turin mentioned Guet-Apens/Attrape Coeurs). I am honoured of such a comparison, but I couldn’t even think of the possibility of making something so perfect.
alcohol denat., parfum, aqua (water), benzyl alcohol, benzyl benzoate, benzyl cinnamate, cinnamic aldehyde, cinnamyl alcohol, citronellol, eugenol, geraniol, gamma-methyl ionone, hydroxycitronellal, limonene, linalool.