May 25, 2018
The soul is said to be the essence of life, the fragile, incorporeal aspect of ourselves. Damage a soul and it goes adrift, waiting for grace to restore it. Perfumes, too, have a sort of soul, an individual essence that can distill other times, people, even particular feelings for us. When overlooked by time, they are lost, falling out memory. The first fragrance of the great Paul Vacher, owner and perfumer of Le Galion, became such a l’ame perdue (lost soul). But now, Le Galion creative director Nicolas Chabot and Givaudan master perfumer Rodrigo-Flores Roux have reclaimed it. Le Galion L’Ame Perdue , beautifully reimagined as a modern floriental with a distinctive vintage shimmer. No one creates florals with a more fine-tuned sense of history than Rodrigo Flores-Roux. In his hands, the past and present are seamlessly interwoven, and his mastery of blending retro styles with modern ingredients is showcased beautifully here. Le Galion L’Ame Perdue opens like a sepia painting of a still-life
Thanks to the generosity of Nicolas Chabot, we have a 100 ml bottle of Le Galion L’ame Perdue by Rodrigo Flores-Roux to give away to one registered reader in the U.S., Canada or Europe. The random winner is joan mansbach. Please email Michelyn at Cafleurebon dawt com with 5/26/2018 5 PM EST with Le Galion L’Ame Perdue by Rodrigo Flores-Roux as your subject and please include your complete mailing and phone details. This is a deadline and no exceptions if you are late or misspell CaFleureBon. Please use your email from your comment so we know it is you. A kind thank you to Le Galion for their generosity in your email is greatly appreciated. PLEASE NOTE THAT THE LOG-IN AND REGISTRATION FOR CAFLEUREBON SITE IS ON THE UPPER RIGHT
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