Eau De Parfum Red Shoes
Niche Perfume Jacques Fath Red Shoes gets its name from “Red Shoes” - the name of 1948 ballet movie for which Jacques Fath designed the fabulous costumes of prima ballerina, Moira Schearer. In 1950, Fath designed a sopmtuous red silky dress with the same name, worn by model Bettina. This incredible dress inspired to the perfumer of this fragrance with a sparkling opening with this first fresh sensation. The blue Ginger and Pink pepper evokes the cold and metallic colors of the silky and satiny dress. The flamboyant Rose Damascena absolute highlights the opulence of masterful Patchouli, both spreading a very strong sillage.
Top Notes: Blackcurrant, red Berries Grapefruit, Aldehydes
Heart Notes: Rose Damascene absolute, Geranium, Ginger, Pink Pepper
Base Notes: Patchouli, Cashmere wood, Musks