Eau de Parfum
The faun awakes, and contemplates his morning's encounters with some nymphs. His pursuit of the alluring creatures takes on libidinous proportions as he seeks to satisfy his desire. It's a beautiful memory - but did it really happen? When Nijinsky danced the story, he created a scandal. The carnal subtext of Mallarme's poem became an explicit expression of a sexual appetite. The ballet went beyond the sensual to a demonstration of a powerful virility. Suggestive fantasy and seductive reality. Now go ahead and make your own scandal.
Bergamot, pepper, cinnamon, incense, rose, immortal flower, orris, jasmine, myrrh of Namibia, moss, leather, benzoin
|.7 ml Sample||$4|