September 3 2014

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Juliette Is Back. And This Time, She’s Packing Heat


When Romano Ricci broke onto the niche fragrance scene in 2006, his first foray into the olfactory world had success written all over it before his Juliette Has a Gun collection even hit counters. He has a fashion pedigree that dates back to one of the original twentieth-century couture houses (his great-grandmother is Nina of the same last name), but his truly original idea (create a line of perfumes inspired by Shakespeare’s heroine, using antique rose notes at the heart of each scent) didn’t hurt matters one bit. Fragrance fanatics chomped at the bit to get their hands on his first two offerings, Miss Charming and Lady Vengeance. Now, after parting ways with his “nose,” Francis Kurkdjian, the third chapter in Ricci’s story arrives this month, intended to evoke the mysterious side of his protagonist with high concentrations of rare ingredients like Iris Absolute. Possessing the signature rose centerpiece, Citizen Queen, as the new fragrance is called, is destined to follow in the favorable footsteps of its predecessors—as the saying goes: “a rose by any other name…”

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