|Cleopatra - Rolf Armstrong (1926)|
|Claudette Colbert as Cleopatra (1934)|
Great Master of Perfumery, Dominique Ropion seems to take his spell straight from the sacred book of deaths as every perfume drop sprouts on skin, making planets allign and bringing Isis to a new life. In the mirror of time there's a reflection of Claudette Colbert coated in gold and raunchy ointments like Ernest Daltroff's Farnesiana. Nowadays she wears Galliano but at dawn Sirius still brightens her with a warm, musky halo made more contemporary by a beauty bath in milky sandalwood worth of a Deity.
John Galliano FW 1997/98
Une Fleur de Cassie features notes of bergamot, mimosa, clove, aldehydes, rose, violet, jasmine, cassie, cumin, cedarwood, sandalwood, musk