Portrait of a Lady for Women
This floral-oriental fragrance is named after the novel by Henry James from the 1881, where the heroine smells of dark roses, mystical and intense. At the fore, an exuberant dose of Turkish rose — 400 flowers per 100ml bottle, no less. Beneath, a bed of patchouli heart imbued with sandalwood and frankincense. An accord of clove, blackcurrant and raspberry binds the perfume together for a final characterful brushstroke.
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