The latest dotted duo from the house of Valentino consists of Valentino Uomo on the men’s side and Valentino Donna for the women . The masculine version of this duo takes on a smoky, woody look. Its feminine counterpart is a floral oriental that is both tender and warm. However, these two species have just received two new versions. Gallantry obliges, let’s start by presenting the feminine version of this new olfactory couple. Valentino Donna Noir Absolu will be officially released on the market from October 2017.
The sassy rose of Valentino Donna Noir Absolu
Valentino Donna Noir Absolu is a perfume that fits perfectly with the image we have of Italian women. Indeed, it is both very elegant while displaying a very assertive character. It also begins with spicy notes that say a lot about its incandescence. Valentino Donna Absolute Blackflies away on a breath of black pepper. Quickly, this spice is joined by a rose. Do not think that this is a romantic rose. This plant is here worked in a more fiery way than ever. It is accompanied by plum. A liqueur accord reinforces the addictive aspect of this perfume. Valentino Donna Noir Absolu becomes particularly intoxicating and ends with more animality. Leather only increases its share of sensuality while sandalwood envelops it in softness.
Valentino Donna Noir Absolu a composition by Sonia Constant
If the first Valentino Donna was signed by Sonia Constant and Antoine Maisondieu , this time it was Sonia Constant who was responsible for the making of this perfume. Renowned perfumer, Sonia Constant is today one of the best noses on the planet. Coming from a scientific background, she has always devoted a very special love to the olfactory world. Perfumery seemed to be her destiny and the sensitivity of this designer is not to displease us. From her rural childhood, Sonia Constant knew how to preserve the love of plants and it is precisely this that we find at the heart of Valentino Donna Noir Absolu. Valentino Donna Noir Absolu is a fragrance that tells us a story and immediately takes us to the heart of Italy.
Valentino Donna Noir Absolu and its elegant bottle
Finally, on the bottle side, Valentino Donna Noir Absolu is embellished with contemporary classicism. No one can really say to what time its container belongs. This is an object with a very strong tactile presence. Its shape calls for the hand and its surface is completely covered with prisms. These elements here evoke the freestone of Italian palaces. A plaque bearing Valentino’s name emphasizes its silhouette. Its golden color is perfectly matched to that of its cabochon. On the other hand, the transparency of the past of Valentino Donna has given way here to an opaque and deep black.