A fragrance modelled after Mitzah, Christian Dior's muse: oriental, mysterious and enchanting

Description

Christian Dior loved and thus surrounded himself with women. When he arrived in Paris, he met the woman who would later become both his muse and advisor: Mitzah Bricard, an extremely sensual woman, with a divinely chic allure and captivating presence. François Demachy has paid tribute to this lady, by creating a fragrance that bears her name: a mysterious, captivating spicy oriental perfume.

Perfumer's words

I wanted to pay tribute to its exacerbated, feline femininity with amber and spicy notes, as well as its spiritual side with a good dose of Frankincense. The result is a mysterious, highly sensual, oriental fragrance.
François Demachy

OLFACTORY NOTES

  • Top note
    RUSSIAN CORIANDER ESSENCE
  • Heart note
    CINNAMON FROM SRI LANKA ESSENCE
  • Base note
    WHITE SOMALI FRANKINCENSE
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    OLFACTORY NOTES

    • Top noteRUSSIAN CORIANDER ESSENCE

      Russian Coriander is a spicy herb. Both peppery and slightly tangy, it adds boldness to the head notes of Mitzah.

    • Heart noteCINNAMON FROM SRI LANKA ESSENCE

      Cinnamon is the oldest of spices. Grown in Sri Lanka, it is used in spicy and oriental fragrances. This warm spice gives Mitzah character and enchanting sensuality.

    • Base noteWHITE SOMALI FRANKINCENSE

      Frankincense grows wild around the Red Sea. This scented resin, which develops on shrubs, is collected in autumn. Frankincense is a mysterious material. At the heart of Mitzah, it reveals its character, sometimes dark and warm, sometimes luminous and spicy.