Juliette has a Gun
From New York to Paris, Tokyo or Sydney, Juliette attracts and intrigues. Armed with her perfume, she takes the reins of her life. The "gun", a metaphor for perfume, a symbol of power or a simple bluff accessory, represents the ascendency of women over men. And sometimes with a vengeance aftertaste ...
Romano Ricci, Nina's great-grandson, runs Juliette has a Gun and follows the creation of each fragrance, from the design to the artisanal production methods. Self-taught, he likes to call his creations "olfactory portraits", constantly having in mind the precise image of the woman who will wear them.