Warm, sensual, a little stunning, but never excessive. It 's the scent that for years has characterized the legendary Huile Divine by Caudalie, a wonderful oil for hair and body that launched Caudalie in the world. Today, finally, the fragrance is available in its purest form, the eau de parfum.
Mathilde Thomas, fondatrice di Caudalie, ha voluto accanto a sé il creatore, a suo tempo, dell'originario Huile Divin: Jacques Cavallier, naso del colosso Firmenich, figlio e nipote di due profumieri di Grasse e vincitore, nel 2004, del Prix Francois Coty.
Mathilde Thomas, founder of Caudalie, wanted by herself the creator of the original Huile Divine scent: Jacques Cavallier, Firmenich's nose, the son and grandson of two perfumers of Grasse and the winner, in 2004, the Prix Francois Coty.
|Jenna Dewan, American celeb at Caudalie's new shop in Los Angeles|
To make the essence warm, Cavallier used Moroccan rose and Bulgarian rose combined with vanilla and then lightened by grapefruit and pink pepper spice. In the background, the warmth of Virginia cedar. The lid of the bottle is made of ash wood coming from sustainably managed forests.
|Rahida Jones, Us celeb, Caudalie, LA|
Parfum Divin de Caudalie, 50 ml, 45,5 euro, in farmacia.
To complete the design of the perfume, Frédérique Dessemond, creator of Ginette Ny, a really eye-catching jewelry store (visit it online, it's worth it). From May 10th to July 25th, while stocks last, you can win a pendant in 18 gold carat bearing the monogram with the signing of Ginette Ny. You simply have to look at the special code enclosed in every scent (more info here: www.parfumdivinecaudalie.com).
|Jena Malone, Caudalie, LA|
And here's a roundup of American celebs who took part in the opening of the Caudalie flagship store in Los Angeles (1416 Abbot Kinney Boulevard, in the heart of Venice). The third U.S. store after the two of New York. And the ninth in the world (there is also one in Milan). Opening soon: Montreal (Canada).