Familiar figures in the streets of 19th century Paris, grisettes were the youthful, fresh-faced girls who worked in the capital’s sewing workshops. They were full of joie de vivre and wore grey calico frocks that gave them their nickname.
The gristles of the Belle Epoque ignored the moral constraints of the century, bringing a risqué charm to the formidable effervescence of an emerging new era.
Goriest by Lubin is the very essence of this freedom and desire to live life to the full, encapsulating their natural vitality
It’s a classical composition with top notes of an armful of freshly cut roses. For the first time for decades, they are using an allocate obtained by macerating rose concrete. This preserves the most volatile notes that mingle with hints of grapefruit to give a green sensation of fresh roses. Crisette ten wraps one up in powdery, woody and spicy notes before leaving a trail of amber and vanilla.
Top notes; Citrus, grapefruit, bergamot
Middle notes; Iris, incense
Base notes; Musk, amber, cedar, vanilla