Unspoken Musk is the second fragrance in Francesca Bianchi’s line of perfumes dedicated to classic materials in perfumery, following Libertine Neroli. But, with a twist: it’s more than “just a musk” you might have expected. Much more.
While you don’t have to make the obligatory rotation at all, these fragrances might give you a good reason to try something new this Summer!
Anastazija Zora Bjelousov, EIC of the well-known Croatian portal Femina.hr, an established beauty editor and perfume reviewer, gathered 4 leading Croatian fragrance critics, bloggers, and influencers – all with different tastes and views, to list their TOP Summer Fragrances For Women.
You can find my recommendations published in this article, if you’re not fluent in Croatian, feel free to use the Google page translate thing-y.
The list is here, enjoy your read – now all we need is Summer! (and preferably much, much nicer weather and warmer days)
The Black Knight by Francesca Bianchi greets you with the power of a fully equipped, light, and swift battle horse in a full gallop through a fresh and green field of vetiver: its muscles are moving in a tense way, hoofs picking up and throwing pieces of dry earth in the air behind it.
And yet, there is hidden tenderness and fragility that makes him feel – so human.
My review of The Black Knight perfume was first published in Cafleurebon, and this is the version I edited in 2021.
Imagine all the people
Living life in peace
You may say that I’m a dreamer
But I’m not the only one
I hope someday you’ll join us
And the world will be as one –John Lennon, 1971
As simple as these words and piano melody may seem, this is a complex song.
The vision behind it historically runs much deeper, just as the vision behind the perfume Lost in Heaven does, although it presents itself as seemingly simple happiness & well-being providing a fragrance that makes you want to hug the whole world.
That part is true but there’s more to it, so much more. Francesca Bianchi-style more.
My Lost in Heaven review was first published in Cafleurebon, and this is the version edited in 2021.
Ever since I first heard the news about a new addition to the Francesca Bianchi‘s line of perfume, I had itchy fingers, impatient to try her most recent creation. And no wonder, since months felt like years at the time we all lost count of days in a week, and everything stopped almost overnight during March.
Sticky Fingers is available since late June, and now we’re talking!
Better said – rocking that patchouli, and here comes my complete review!