Good Girl Gone Bad Eau Fraiche

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Description

Good Girl Gone Bade Eau Fraiche
Eau de Parfum by Kilian Paris
Olfactive Family – Floral / Fresh / White Flowers
Perfume Author – Alberto Morillas

Good Girl Gone Bad Eau Fraiche, imagines a Grecian villa, in the midst of the summer, surrounded by the endless blue of the Aegean Sea. Open windows allow a constant flow of fresh air, as the white linen curtains dance to the rhythm of the wind. The fresh air carries with it the scent of the Mediterranean flowers and in the background the aquatic smell of the sea.

For the warmer season, Kilian Paris crafts its newest variation, Good Girl Gone Bad Eau Fraiche, adding a cool and aquatic olfactive touch to the original perfume Good girl gone bad by Kilian. Somewhere between floral and airy, it is the season’s nectar keeping summer bees busy. The perfume opens with notes of luminous Orange Blossom from North Africa and Roses from Turkey and Morocco but in its heart this new blend comes true: Egyptian Jasmine Sambac is splashed with a watery uplift and the ever-voluptuous Tuberose that is gentler by a textured sensation of freshness.

Head Notes – Orange Blossom
Heart Notes – Jasmine, Tuberose
Base Notes – Moroccan Rose, Turkish Rose

Kilian Paris – Heir to a long line of cognac-makers who were pioneers in luxury, Kilian decided to take up the torch of the family tradition. Creating a new luxury brand was definitely a challenge worthy of his predecessors.

His childhood haunts included the family cellars in Cognac. Before graduating from CELSA, he wrote a thesis on the semantics of scent, in search of a ‘language’ common to gods and mortals. Remembering the ‘angels’ share” as part of his heritage, he was led into the world of perfumery.

The ‘angels’ share is what the House of Hennessy calls the percentage that – inexplicably – evaporates from cognac cellars, like an offering to the gods. Many of Kilian’s fragrances today carry this childhood memory as they are reminiscent of the sugar in the alcohol and the wood of the cognac barrels.

After graduating, he then went on to train with the greatest noses in perfumery and worked for the most prestigious perfume houses such as Dior, Paco Rabanne, McQueen and Armani.

In 2007, Kilian launched his own namesake brand with the ambition of reflecting not only his distinct personality, but also to achieve a perfect alliance between elegance and uncompromising luxury. His eco-luxe philosophy that each bottle can be refilled and kept for a lifetime, therefore creating less waste for the planet, catapulted the brand to the top of the fragrance market and into a niche of its very own.