Peony by Jesus Del Pozo for Women
- Concentration: Eau de Parfum
- Size: 100 ml
Peonies bloom in spring and thus have traditionally been associated with fertility, intelligence and strong character for women. My favorite scent is Jesus Del Pozo. The smell is intensified by the warmth of my own body. Apply it in the creases of your skin and neck for a longer-lasting, stronger scent. After applying, avoid rubbing or dabbing skin. This breaks down the fragrance, causing it to wear off more quickly. If you prefer placing fragrance on your wrists, be sure to reapply after frequent hand-washing, as this tends to rinse off the scent.
- Ideal for a variety of occasions
- A fragrance that has been widely accepted
- Its light, refreshing and can be applied often
- Fragrance to make it last longer
- Top Notes: Mandarin, Sensual Spices, Bergamot
- Heart Notes: Pink Peonies, Labdanum Flower and Date
- Base Notes: MD LMR Patchouli, LMR Vetiver, Benzoin, IFF Captive Musk, LMR Myrrh
About Jesus Del Pozo:
Jesus Del Pozo means a lot to a lot of people through his contributions as a costume designer. He was a Spanish fashion designer born in Madrid in 1946. Opening his first boutique in 1974, Del Pozo was embarking on his career at the same time as Spain was beginning to transition from the dictatorship of Franco to democracy. The change in politics coincided with a change in social values now described as La Movida. Del Pozo, as an artist and designer, played an important part in this "Movement" and was regarded as a key influence in the modernization of Spanish style.
Jesus Del PozoÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s designs are deeply personal, deeply Spanish. From his boutique on Almirante StreetÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â‚¬Âa hub of the cultural vanguard in MadridÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â‚¬ÂDel Pozo took inspiration from the past and married it with his own unique personal vision to move fashion forward in Spain. While not forgetting the lessons of past Spanish masters of couture, such as Cristobal Balenciaga , Del Pozo has brought back to fashion the individuality, freshness and modernity that was once a hallmark of Spanish fashion. In 2010, he said: "I love women and I love promoting the positive. I do not want uniformity. I promote differentiation.""