The Different Company Pure Virgin (2011): Naive, Comfortable & Fresh {New Fragrance}



The Different Company have launched a new perfume for men and women called Pure Virgin. The tongue-in-cheek humor is used to designate a fragrance which was devised to evoke simplicity and the textural effect of a silk-and-cotton blend thanks to a high-quality musk...


Pure Virgin was reportedly born out of the idea of creating a perfume which would be "naive, comfortable and fresh." It is described as a skin scent which wears close to the body, like a cotton shirt.

"It is as elegant as a little black dress or a seersucker shirt, supple and crisp. A purely sensual luxury."

The composition signed by nose Céline Ellena will be her last under the umbrella of the house.

The scent features notes of evanescent musk, drafty air, flax flower, white rose, cedar wood and a gourmand touch with a note of Calisson, a Provençal treat which includes almond paste, agrumes, melon, wafer.

A 50 ml eau de toilette is priced at 75€.

The fragrance seems influenced by both The Pure White Trend and The Radiant and Pristine Bouquet Trend. One thinks in particular about L'Eau by Serge Lutens but also about Céline Ellena's other recent work for The Different Company: De Bachmakov.

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