Agencedeparfum | Juliette Has A Gun
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A confidential brand in which creativity and fine ingredients interlace, Juliette Has a Gun distinguishes itself from the conventional discourse of the perfume world, suggesting a new, dynamic and audacious tone while remaining poetic.

Founded by Romano Ricci, grandson of fashion couturier Nina Ricci, Juliette Has A Gun’s philosophy approaches perfumery as an art form where reinventing couple and femininity is a constant quest.

 

Having been initiated from an early age into the secrets of perfumery with thanks to his grandfather Robert Ricci, Romano has set off on his own into a labyrinth of olfactory creation, pursuing the feminine ideal in fragrance.

 

Unearthing the modern woman at the crossfire of romance, strength of character and quest of freedom, the brand masters fragrances of exception with the soul purpose of creating colliding drops of femininity.

 

Full of contradiction, Juliette embodies the legendary feminine mystery, playful and seductive, in possession of a lethal weapon, her perfume.

 

The Gun, a metaphor for the perfume, weapon of seduction, or simple accessory of bluff, essentially symbolizes the liberation of women towards men, influenced by romantism.

 

With Juliette Has a Gun, Romano Ricci offers an audacious and glamourous universe, free from conventions and exploring new territories – Luxury, in its spicy and singular version.

 

Scents by Juliette Has A Gun are available in Australia at Agence de Parfum’s retail arm Libertine Parfumerie, online through Libertine Parfumerie, as well as exclusively through selected David Jones and Myer stores and other niche perfumeries in Australia and New Zealand.

 

For stockists, phone 02 8002 4488 or visit www.agencedeparfum.com.au for more information.