Vento di Fiori

Eau de Toilette

by Bois 1920

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Self-assured and sophisticated – this classic chypre opens with a crystalline Sicilian lemon laced with coriander and tarragon, which gives way to the intense green bite of galbanum. The darker green of earthy patchouli comes in to soften and deepen the boldly crisp beginning. This has the hushed feel of an isolated forest, with sun and shadow flickering through the canopy of green leaves and a lush carpet of velvet moss. A languid jasmine weaves through the green, and a sensuous base of amber, oakmoss and musk gives this the dreamy glow of dusk. The sparkling citrus/green accord doesn't fade away, but percolates over the deeper notes, creating a beguiling mix of dark and light. This is not a scent designed to flirt, but to intrigue. It does not pander or appease, but transports us to a place of serenity and mystery. Timelessly elegant and supremely confident.

Vento di Fiori  Notes

Sicilian lemon, cardamom, tarragon, jasmine, galbanum, patchouli, amber, oak moss, musk, Siberian birch

Vento di Fiori Sizes Available
100ml $205
.7 ml
.7 ml Sample $4
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Here's what other people are saying about Vento di Fiori...
Beautiful! Reminds me a bit of Eau du Soir. Love it!
By   - Dental Assistant from Chicago on 5/5/2010
I'm surprised this is geared toward women. Really enjoying the sample I got, but it's far too "coniferous wind" for me to actually wear (I don't get the "fiori") and would much prefer it on a man. That being said, it IS indeed beautiful and foresty and windy, a handsome breath of fresh air.
By   - from Montreal on 11/20/2009
Gorgeous bottle I may say. A truly unique fragrance which is more geared towards men (as I don't smell any floral note at all.) I purchased a bottle last month for $160 but why the sudden increase? I'm about to buy Real Patchouly but the $20 increase kinda put me off. Still, i'm giving it 4 stars. I love VdF.
By   - from Chicago on 5/5/2009
This is dryly elegant green scent that lingers for hours even though it is an EDT. The sicilian lemon and birch provide a marvelous counterpoint to the oak moss, musk and amber, keeping those notes crisp. I found the metaphor of a secret forest of light and shade through a green canopy to be dead on. The longer I wear this scent the more I like it - it could become a "5" by the end of the day. It is truly lovely.
By   - Attorney from Cross Plains on 4/18/2009
Green, mossy and musky, yet soft. You won't blow the noses off everyone in a twenty foot radius (and that's a good thing). I like the citrus that's buried underneath all the forest green layers. It adds just a hint of brightness. Since it's an EDT, lifespan isn't as long as what you might get out of more concentrated EDP or Parfum formulations.
By   - from Dallas on 3/27/2009
This is a lovely fragrance. I keep thinking of Olivia de Haviland as Melanie Wilkes: serene, generous, and kind. It belongs on a person whose magnetism is drawn from their stillness. It reminds me strongly of two other fragrances: Annick Goutal's Heure Exquise and Penhaligon's Victorian Posy. It has the same dry rose quality. Actually it shares seven notes in common with VP. It is a softer, daytime version of both AG and VP. I am surprised that iris isn't listed in the notes, because it has that distinct quality that iris brings. If you enjoy dry florals, iris-influenced or quiet chypres, try this.
By   - from Abilene on 3/19/2009
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