All the Italian elegance of Valentino in the new fragrance Uomo Noir Absolu
In her very bright office with a view of the garden, Sophie Labbé draws inspiration to make perfumes for the biggest luxury brands. She is notably the author of Parisienne by Yves Saint-Laurent, Jasmin Noir by Bulgari and numerous perfumes for Cartier. A woman of action, she does not hesitate to simultaneously manage around twenty different projects. This time, it is in the service of the house of Valentino that Sophie Labbé let her creativity speak for itself. This renowned artist signs the brand new creation of the Italian brand: Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu.
The history of the Valentino Uomo fragrance
Valentino Uomo is a famous perfume from the house of Valentino which saw the light of day in 2014. Its goal was to stick as closely as possible to the style of this brand. Thus, Valentino Uomo is an essence made of multiple contrasts. The latter displays a natural nobility but a strong character. His nonchalance is indicative of a certain casualness. Valentino Uomo is a perfume faithful to the Italian tradition but not devoid of modernity. It is subtle while getting to the point, authentic and contrasting. This woody and oriental juice quickly became a staple of Valentino. Faced with the success of this essence, the brand then developed two variations.
In 2016, Valentino Uomo transformed into a more intense version , pushing the expression of his original fragrance to its climax. This juice also underlined the leathery smell of its initial composition. Then, in 2017, Valentino Uomo became Valentino Uomo Acqua, revealing the intense freshness of an Italian garden composed of citrus fruits and aromatic plants. This time, it is an orgy of spices and mysteries that the brand Valentino reveals to us.
The woody recipe of Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu
In making this perfume, Sophie Labbé wanted to portray the portrait of a typically Italian man. Its Mediterranean virility is thus omnipresent in this composition, and Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu is a juice that does not lack character and temperament. His recipe immediately takes off on spicy nuances. Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu is initially composed of cinnamon and black pepper. Its flight is incandescent and striking. Nonetheless, this high mellows somewhat in its sandalwood heart. The milky sweetness of this ingredient is finally followed by base notes dominated by incense. The result is a mysterious and intriguing juice.
The new opacity of the Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu bottle
Finally, note that Valentino Uomo Noir Absolu takes exactly the same silhouette as its predecessors. Its bottle has retained the shape of Valentino Uomo. The multitude of prisms traversing its surface is always present. Its coloring, on the other hand, has been transformed. It has abandoned its former transparency against a more opaque and deep black. This is enhanced by a golden metal rod used to proudly display the name of the sign on its front face.