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Picasso women's fragrances

Picasso women's fragrances are as tried and tested and known and yet forever new like a sunrise that one always likes to watch anew. Created in the eighties, Picasso women's fragrances delighted generations. Younger and older women were so impressed that the grand dame's perfumes became constant companions and experienced every life situation on the skin. You feel uncomfortable if you forget to apply it once in the morning. What is it that made Picasso women's fragrances so legendary? The answer could now be: a creative mix of floral, fruity and woody fragrances. But these are the components of many fragrances that come and go and do not dig so deep into the hearts of customers. So there has to be something else that makes Picasso women's fragrances so outstandingly successful. A likely answer could be the designer’s authenticity. Just as she holds out her own name for her brand and especially for her women's perfume, she is always completely herself in everything she does. Paloma Picasso is inseparable from the family history and the artistic background that produced her. As the daughter of two painters, she grew up in an environment where the person became a brand and every activity became a program. Even the name Paloma (dove) was chosen by the world-famous father Pablo Picasso, since the World Peace Conference took place in 1949, the year his daughter was born.


In this way, Paloma was associated with the public and public events from birth. Though her mother Francoise Gilot Separated from their father early, Paloma and her brother Claude grew up in his shadow. Her inherited artistic talent was not so much an end in itself as she did with her parents in pure art painting. Paloma saw everyday objects with artist eyes and wanted to launch everything related to the object. Her fragrances are compositional art objects in all their facets. Paloma Picasso acquired her handicraft tools in collaboration with the Parisian fashion tycoon Yves Saint Laurent. Here she unfolded her imagination and learned to use it for everyday use. This was followed by further orders from the Greek designer company Zolotas and the famous label Tiffany`s & Co. But Paloma wouldn't be her parents' daughter if she hadn't wanted to create her very own work. So she founded her own label: Paloma Picasso Lunettes, with this name she started an extensive range, she designed everyday objects such as sunglasses, bathrobes, dishes, bed linen and cutlery. Of course, Paloma also designed expensive jewelry, but this was not her main concern. Everything should remain affordable. Because her intention has always been to know that artistic ideas are present everywhere, even with people who do not visit galleries and otherwise have little contact with art. The designer was always her own product. She brought herself to market in some piece. Perhaps this is the answer to what makes Paloma Picasso perfumes so appealing. The lines are open and honest, never distorted or artificial. These qualities were undoubtedly given to her by her parents. The fragrances were created when Paloma was having her great creative phase. That was in the mid-eighties. Since then, a few new creations have emerged, but they do not come close to the classic lines for men and women.

The two classics by Paloma Picasso can be found on Under the label Picasso women's fragrances you can find the Paloma Picasso fragrance. What could be more personal than naming your own creation after yourself?

The Paloma Picasso fragrance is available as Eau de Farfum Spray in a 35 ml and 50 ml bottle, and as an Eau de Toilette Spray in a 100 ml bottle.

Sensual notes, like rose, Amber and sandalwood celebrate a rendezvous with fruity lemon and jasmine. It is a fragrance for the typical French woman, whose femininity is never confused with weakness, but who lives out her womanhood in all its strength with all facets. The overall creation of the women's fragrance is also multifaceted. The idiosyncratic flacon is to be seen as an own creation of art. The Eau de Parfum is an oval bottle, which is surrounded by a heavy black frame. The eau de toilette has a lighter look, the frame is shiny gold.