Bergamot, Mandarin, Galbanum, Ivy
Tuberose, Heliotrope, Neroli (Orange Blossom), Currant
Vetiver, Oak Moss, Sandalwood, Patchouli
Histoires de Parfums – 7753
7753 stands for the dimensions of the famous Mona Lisa painting. This perfume is neither the scent of a picture, nor the scent of a woman from the past – it is the fragrance of an emotion. It is the fragrance of our own fascination. A hidden number – and a hidden smile.
7753 starts with a bright, citric explosion of bergamot and tangerine, flanked by the subtle spice of the Ma Khaen berries and the magic of an aquatic ivy. Restless and atmospheric like the celadon tones in Leonardo’s famous painting, it draws us closer to Mona, to her skin and her touch.
The milk of a sensual fig drips on lush petals of heliotrope and tuberose. From “lush” the perfume turns to “sunny” with the upcoming of an orange blossom note – before the fragrance sinks into a bed of smoky woods. Vetiver and patchouli paint a dark canvas with stripes of white sandalwood and a mystical oak moss mist.
7753 is dark and sunny – green, sparkling and intense. The unexpected fragrance and secret attraction of the Mona Lisa.