1889 Moulin Rouge
1889 Moulin Rouge
1889 Moulin Rouge
1889 Moulin Rouge

1889 Moulin Rouge

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Floral Powdery; Fém.
Top notes: Tangerine, Prune, Cinnamone
Heart notes: Absinthe, Rose of Damas
Base notes: Iris, Patchouli, Musk, Fur

Main Notes: Tangerine, Absinthe, Iris Heart

The night blankets the city of Paris. A colorful beam of light bursts from the Moulin Rouge. Inside, the cabaret comes to life. People begin to whisper, abuzz with anticipation. Champagne glasses clink and the curtains rise. The music builds, and in a cloud of feathers and sequins, the dancers make their entrance. Let the spectacle of senses begin!

Spicy Cinnamon warmly mixes with Sugar and melts into Absinthe, while Rose of Damascus releases her sensuality, playfully seducing each spectator with her allure. The audience and dancers each play different roles but the music ties them together for a night of revelry and excitement. The enchantment never stops – time stands still in the Moulin Rouge.
The show ends and the curtain falls, but the party never ends. Backstage, mirrors reflect silhouettes laughing. The smell of Iris Powder and Lipstick float out to the streets on a cloud of Musk and Patchouli. The memory and scent of this unforgettable night lingers through the morning.

A heady blend of powdered lipstick and sparkling Tangerine where Plum has the sweet plumpness of a shoulder, where bodies brush against each other in a cloud of feathers, sequins, and anticipation.

Customer Reviews

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Magnifique

Just gorgeous. Time machine in a bottle. I really smell old moulin rouge. I’m lost in this fragrance 🥰😍✨

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Intrigue Found Within

I won't lie, I wish I had been able to order a sample of this before purchasing, but I'm learning to love it nonetheless. This is the first time I've owned a scent that smelled distinctly like lipstick (perhaps that's the iris note), but it's definitely interesting nonetheless.
I don't get a lot of the fruit notes - or the absinthe - but I do start to detect a little bit of the cinnamon on the drydown, which gives it that nose-tickling quality that keeps me intrigued.
It's definitely unique enough to keep in my wardrobe. And should I happen to have a vintage moment (and believe me, I do) I'm sure that I'll be spraying this on to keep the mood alive.