Romano Ricci

Country: France

As the great-grandson of designer Nina Ricci (as well as the grandson of Robert Ricci, who took the house to prominence in the ‘30s and was the nose behind the famous L’air du temps), Roberto Ricci was to be the heir to an already great and established fashion dynasty. Instead, he was determined to carve his own path in the world of luxury, apprenticing in perfumery for years before finally joining forces with Francis Kurkdjian to found Juliette Has A Gun. Today, Ricci manages every aspect of the brand, from marketing and packaging to conceptual innovation and, of course, the fragrances themselves. His signature note (and thus, that of the line) is rose, in all of its many forms.

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