The "Roaring Twenties" perfume. Originally created 1925, relaunched 2013. After World War I, the Roaring Twenties reflected the desire for exoticism and the need for escape in particular through fashion and decoration. The East and particularly Asia provides new Horizons. The frenzy for exotic travel encourages artists to exhibit eastern Cultures in their creations: new silk, fine embroidery, pearl beads, woody scents, heady and sweet ... In the euphoria of the Roaring Twenties, the female body was revealed, the corset was abolished, the flappers showed-off, smoking languidly. One slummed in the salons of Paris! At the dawn of the Roaring Twenties, the materials, colours and shapes embody a new freedom and claim the hope of a new Horizon. At the height of its history and in its own way to celebrate the Roaring Twenties and the International Exhibition of Decorative Arts in 1925, the House Oriza L. Legrand launched Horizon, Oriental fragrance for boys and tomboys, fragrance with precious woods and ambergris, blond tobacco and soft leather.
Perfume family: woody
Top notes: bitter orange, mandarin, tangerin, petitgrain, dried rose, marmalade
Heart notes: ambered cognac, aromatic tobacco leaves, cocoa, roasted almond, aged oak, patchouli, amber
Base notes: benzoin, amber, peat, blond tobacco, vanilla, honey, soft leather.