Mysterious, warm & elegant
17.5ml Puredistance BLACK Perfume Spray in a classic black giftbox, finished with a hand-tied ribbon.
Puredistance BLACK is created in Paris by the famous French Perfumer Antoine Lie. He created a perfume of the highest quality that is close to the wearer and releases sensual and elegant scent layers in a whispering and sophisticated way – without shouting.
A warm, mysterious and elegant fragrance, full of charm, that stays in the shadow, giving away – only every now and then – part of its nature. Puredistance BLACK plays hide-and-seek on the skin, appearing, morphing, and reappearing to delight the senses.
Perfume Extrait: 25% perfume oil.
GIFTBOX & PACKAGING
The 17.5ml Perfume spray is made of black coloured glass and comes with a chic & protective aluminium spray-holder. The 17.5ml is finished with a stylish metal tag engraved with the name of the perfume and the perfume oil percentage.
‘The longer I have BLACK on my skin the more I like it! There’s an in-depth harmony to the scent.... It’s character is elegant, sophisticated and stylish. Puredistance presented the best of good taste with BLACK. It’s charming, mysterious and romantic. And that amazing lasting power of almost 16 hours! There are not many brands who create perfume this way.’ - Chemist in the Bottle Perfume Blog
INGREDIENTS & PERFUME OIL CONCENTRATION
Ingredients: As a consequence of the concept of BLACK (that treasures the beauty of the unknown) we will not reveal the ingredients of Puredistance BLACK.
Pure Perfume Extrait: 25% perfume oil.
PERFUMER: ANTOINE LIE
Antoine Lie from Paris is well known for stepping in two apparently opposite worlds—the mainstream giant brands and smaller niche ones. For Puredistance Antoine created Puredistance BLACK, WHITE and WARSZAWA. Mr. Vos and Antoine Lie regularly meet to discuss possible new Perfume projects and their collaboration so far has been very successful and enjoyable.
Antoine likes to create fragrances that are strong and directly convey the concept of the perfume, without following trends. He likes to explore new olfactive territories and searches for uncommon ingredients and uncommon associations that can intrigue new interests. On the other hand he likes to revisit the past (the 50s, 60s or 70s) and tries to modernize the classic trends of a certain era into new perfume.