The Théâtre du Châtelet reopened with the show Parade, a tribute to the ballet of Erik Satie, with the decorations of Picasso. The perfumer is intoxicated with the smells of this mythical place: the powder of the velvet armchairs translates into the notes of tuberose, the orange blossom echoes the essences of the smoke bombs, and the rose oxide recalls gunpowder . The background of incense, musk and cedar evokes the mystical atmosphere that invades the recesses of this grandiose room
Comme des Garçons

Odeur du Théâtre du Châtelet

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families Aldehyde, Ambrette, Black Pepper, Cedar, Metallic Notes, Rose
head notes Aldehyde, Black Pepper, Metallic Notes
heart notes Orange blossom, Rose
base notes Ambrette, Cedar, Coffee, Musk

Comme des Garçons

Founded in 1969 by the designer Rei Kawakubo, Comme des Garçons is marked by an avant-garde universe and an artistic approach to fashion. The Comme des Garçons perfume collection was launched in 1994 with the perfumer Mark Buxton, who created the first fragrances; each fragrance is unisex and discrete, often marked by rare woody and spicy notes. The first fragrance, CDG Eau de Parfum, has marked the history of perfumery with its floral chypré notes.