Love, opium & rock’n roll


A gourmand-oriental fragrance, Black Opium Yves Saint Laurent is the blend of exciting notes inspired by the intensity of a meeting between darkness and light. Heavy and intense just like an addictive shot of coffee, yet electrifying like the white flowers from it’s consistency. Playing with the incongruity bitterness of coffee beans, an unprecedented ingredient never in an amount so large in a feminine fragrance and a radiant bouquet of white flowers, Black Opium provides a contrasting feeling of delirium and ecstasy. Once you have sprayed it and you recognized the notes of coffee, simply give it time and you will notice that it is, now, becoming increasingly sensitive (due to jasmine and orange blossom), and finally, it gets a touch of mystery and elegance (grace to the notes of vanilla, patchouli and cedar). An olfactory game that I challenge you to take part.
  Poza Bia

1977 – Yves Saint Laurent was launching for the first time, Opium. The muse behind this creation is a socialite, that you can never, ever forget if you’ve met. Elegant, stylish, both senzual and intelligent.

2015 – Black Opium turns into a dose of adrenaline for a heroine as glamorous as it is, also, impertinent. Impulsive, driven by desire, spontaneous, opens the closed doors of a city with crazy pace, exposing to excesses and compromises. That she never respects. She doesn’t take prisoners, but does many victims.
Necklace: H&M par Anna Dello Russo
Foto: Adrian Manolache
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