Inspiration: The uninhibited Good girl gone Bad by KILIAN finds herself in a luscious floral whirlwind in the garden of good and evil.
Fragrance story: Half-innocent, half-voluptuous, the apricot-tinged osmanthus absolute, orange blossom and rose of May absolute that open the fragrance are beholden by the ultimate temptress: an explosion of the three-sirens of flowers: tuberose absolute, jasmine and narcissus.
Key notes: Orange Blossom, Osmanthus, Tuberose
Olfactive Family: Narcotics - From rose to tuberose, from orange blossom to gardenia
Kilian flowers are composed like a narcotic dependence.
Perfumer: Alberto Morillas
Each KILIAN bottle is transformed into a precious object. The white-lacquered flacon is engraved on its various sides with a ceramic fresco representing the original sin and decorated with a golden plate, on which the name of the fragrance has been carved and manually filled with white enamel.
The bottle comes in a white clutch inspired by a slim cigarette case deeply rooted in Art Deco, ornamented with a gold-toned snakethe ultimate symbol of temptation waiting with flickering crystal eyes. Carry the clutch as an evening bag, it stores essential items safely, with a satisfying click-to-close clasp.
True luxury should last a lifetime, and as such, this flacon is refillable.
Heir to a long line on cognac-makers who were pioneers in luxury, Kilian decided to take up the torch of family tradition. Creating a new luxury brand was definitely a challenge worthy of his predecessors. In 2007, Kilian Hennessy launched Kilian with the ambition of reflecting his distinct personality and his passion for luxury perfumeryelegance with uncompromising attention to detail.
Today, Kilian has a global presence and consists of over 35 fragrances including "Good girl gone Bad," "Straight to Heaven," "white cristal," and "Moonlight in Heaven." Kilian continues to create unexpected products that embody ultimate sophistication and timeless luxury with a collection of wearable scented jewelry and decorative objects for the home.