Ferre Camicia 113 Takes Shape Thanks to a White Shirt & a Lily (2015) {New Perfume}

ferre_camicia_113_ad.jpg Italian fashion designer Gianfranco Ferre turns to one of his signature sartorial designs to bottle its translatable olfactory shape in Camicia 113...

With this launch, the couturier hopes to call attention to his consistent attention to the design of white shirts. 113 is one he showed first in his 1982 collection. In an interesting twist, 113 was in fact inspired by the organic shape of a white lily.

The beautiful blouse makes the woman who wears it look like she is emerging from a corolla.

The fresh floriental composition is signed by perfumer Nathalie Lorson of Firmenich.

The eau de parfum opens on top notes of bergamot, magnolia and peony leading to a heart of jasmine petals, iris and violet while resting on a base of Siam benzoin, patchouli and musk.

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