Do Son invokes a steamy, lush tropical environment. The divine, mysterious power of tuberose. Inspired by visits to Indochina in the 1930`s, this heady fragrance is powerfully seductive yet delightfully luminous and delicate.
Tuberose asserts itself, expressing all its sunny, hazy, creamy seductiveness. Anyone with blood in their veins will succumb to the irresistible temptation of this captivating white flower.
Tuberose is a grand odalisque, curtained by citrus and spice. Crisp orange leaves imbue tuberose with just enough modesty to twist (seductively) away from us. Pink peppercorn falls in mist-like swathes around tuberose’s body, a transparent, tantalizing concealment. As peppercorn sizzles and orange leaves sting, tuberose’s fire is stoked.
Initially, this flower is magnificently, pinkly sweet: gradually, tuberose turns formidable, blushes of peach and burgundy passion mottling her perfect flesh.
As our bloom grows hot under her non-existent collar, musk absorbs tuberose’s overflowing passions rather than aid and abet their continuance. Clean and dense, musk offers tuberose something solid to stand upon--other than the tousled bed beneath her. Empowering this blossom with a degree of stability, musk enables tuberose to return our gaze and upend her objectified, ‘too-pretty-for-words’ posture.
This triumph is marked by an embrace of a fresh sea breeze; tuberose finds herself standing on her own two legs overlooking the Gulf of Tonkin.
A persistent, sensual fragrance, Do Son is take-no-prisoners tuberose. A determinedly liberated white floral.
(tuberose, orange leaves, pink peppercorn, musk)
Triticum Vulgare (Wheat) Starch, Isononyl Isononanoate, Ceresin, Parfum (Fragrance), Silica, Synthetic wax, Hydrogenated Microcristalline Wax, Linalool, Eugenol, Butylphenyl Methylpropional, Hydroxycitronellal, Isoeugenol, Citronellol, Geraniol, Benzyl Benzoate, BHT