Fragrances usually distort smells. They change something in the air, spreading their unique scent. It’s a sort of charm, invisible to the eye, which is also perceived differently by everyone. You can be delighted by a particular perfume, whereas you may not bear another. It’s a matter of taste, simply.
Conversely, sometimes, fragrances have the power to distort colours and shapes. Not with their aroma, which remains impossible to be captured in a picture, but thanks to their own liquid presence. A slight and delicate presence, actually. Just a soft shade, jealously kept in a sparkling crystal. And if you guide your eye across a small bottle of perfume, you won’t regret it.
Here it is. What a camera can see, painted through Coco Mademoiselle. A mixture of elegance, femininity and freshness. In this creative moment, you can nearly perceive its notes of rose, bergamot and orange, deeply dissolved in the mild liquid. A perfect scent, which goes splendidly with something sweet and vivid. It’s enough to add some butter, flour and sugar in the shape of shortbread biscuits. You couldn’t combine it better. And then, peaches, with their velvety skin, make a perfect contrast with the glittering glass. A palette of colours, such as a curious lollipop, should be the next step. Try also with a stroke of white: milky cream, along with orchid blossoms. The landscape is now complete. You have only to take the bottle and spread a breath of gracefulness. Invisible to the eye, but clear for every soul.