Andrée Putman has launched Tubéreuse Interdite, a new fragrance for women.
Simple and essential in Andrée Putman’s style, yet simultaneously mysterious and fascinating as a few flowers in the world can be, tuberose is the protagonist of the new fragrance by Préparation Parfumée Andrée Putman Tubéreuse Interdite. Often called the flower of sin, carnal and provocative, the tuberose looks back on century-old stories of seduction and femininity. In the Renaissance, for example, young maidens were forbidden to smell any tuberose scents as they were deemed narcotic and could cause them to "fall into temptation".
In India, there exists a similar story. The tuberose name literally means "suitors of the night”. It is told that the tuberose scent emanates at sunset, lingering in an onslaught of feelings and a potential risk from which it is thought impossible to escape. [...]
Tubéreuse Interdite is velvety, intense and intriguing. The newest scent from Preparation Perfumée Andrée Putman is both an intriguingly dangerous and reassuring mix of notes, intertwined in a harmony of elegance and sensuality. A refined and precious bouquet, the top notes evoke intrigue for incisiveness and value, where the liveliness of White Pepper is intertwined with touches of Peach and Neroli. An elegant mantle of white Gardenia flowers comes into the heart of the fragrance with Tuberose petals, Jasmine and Orange Blossoms. This intoxicating perfume is completed finally in a soft and voluptuous base of Amber Accord, Benzoin and musky notes.
Andrée Putman Tubéreuse Interdite is available in 30 or 100 ml.