Parfum - 100 ml 3.3 fl. Oz

Style is the transformation of what we dislike.
Tremendous creations often take root in disliking something enough for us to revamp it into something else. Transformation is a true act of creation.
Romeo doesn’t like the natural scent of roses, so he wanted to find a way to turn it into a perfume he adores. A metaphor for feeling confident about our duality and holding on to our creativity.

A morphing rose
I Hate Rose highlights an uber-contemporary florality, spicing up and fruiting up a classic rose. The fragrance turns out to be green and fruity, finally getting woody when things calm down.

Bergamot Essence Italy
ESsence of Organic Red Mandarin
Pink Pepper CO2 Extract
Essence of Paprika 
Very modern fruity rose around an agreement:
Geranium Essence Egypt
Raspberry and Blackcurrant
Rose Oxide
Paradisamide (passion fruit note)
Cashmeran (very modern synthetic patchouli)
Karmawood (fusing wood)
White Musks

Amélie Bourgeois (Flair Paris)
Amélie Bourgeois wanted to push this crystalline rose with green facets into the electric field of rhubarb that spice up pink berries and paprika.


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Romeo’s words: “For me, style is not just about following trends, but a way of expressing oneself and promoting creativity. I HATE ROSE is like transforming a dull raincoat into a canvas for solar poems, making it uniquely one’s own.”

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