She is not only this edgy lady, nor the most glamourous, or the most intimidating, she is all that, at the same time, a Beauty on her own.
Impossible to describe…and that’s exactly why she’s so fascinating. Her perfume is a mysterious and addictive Aldehic Chypre, at the crossroads of modern and classic perfumery.
Romeo…be warned !
Juliette is back, more uncatchable than ever.
Carboxaldehyde• Hydroxycitronellal• Butylphenyl methylpropional• Linalool• Geraniol• Citronellol• Benzyl Benzoate• Coumarin• Alpha-isomethyl ionone• Benzyl Alcohol• Benzyl Salicylate• Limonene• Farnesol• Citral• Eugenol• Cinnamal.
‘La beauté est la seule vengeance des femmes.’ This quote by Gainsbourg, which loosely translate to: ‘Beauty is the best revenge a woman can get’, is the perfect embodiment of Juliette has a Gun.
The brand made its debut in 2006 at Colette in Paris and is known to be as petulant and accomplished as the French singer.
The creator of Juliette has a Gun is Romano Ricci, the great-grandson of legendary couturier Nina Ricci, and grandchild of Robert Ricci, the creator of the legendary perfume ‘L’air du Temps’.
Despite his genes, Romano is a self- made man, who made his first perfume together with Francis Kurkdjian, but works solo ever since.
A few of his top-class fragrances are Lady Vengeance, Not a Perfume, Moscow Mule, Vanilla Vibes, Musc Invisible, Pear Inc., Magnolia Bliss, Ego Stratis and the just released Lust for Sun.
Juliette has a Gun also has a luxury collection, consisting of 7 fragrances which include Oil Fiction, White Spirit and Liquid Illusion.