Josephine Baker didn’t have just one life – she had many….
Emerging from the sordid poverty and racial intolerance of
early 20th Century St Louis, she delighted audiences all over
America and Europe with her exuberant dancing and sexual
The Star of the infamous “Folies Bergères” in 1920’s Paris,
she earned a reputation, by turn, as a symbol of liberation and as a demon of licentiousness.
Perfume family: fruity, spicy, fresh
Notes: grapefruit, champagne, cardamom,
jasmine, curry, black pepper, caramel, sandalwood, labdanum, lorenox
Gourmand Accord, Labdanum, Sandalwood, Lorenox