Aramis Perfume Calligraphy Rose

Perfume Calligraphy Rose focuses on the beauty and refinement of the Middle East.


Inspired by the Queen of all flowers, Perfume Calligraphy by Aramis announces its newest fragrance, Perfume Calligraphy Rose. Created exclusively for the discerning Middle Eastern customer, the scent highlights the intoxicating rose absolute, one of the most coveted fragrance ingredients in the region.

The fragrance, which can be worn by men or women, reflects the pairing of two ancient crafts, where Arabic script and modern fragrance come together as an artistic expression of one’s own personal style. In order to visually represent this philosophy, Graphic Designer, Tarek Atrissi joins the Calligraphy collection for a second time to design an elegant sketch of the word Rose in Arabic for the glass bottle and outer package.

The fragrance opens with golden accents of saffron, combined with wet honeysuckle petals, energized by the modern freshness of oregano leaves. To reveal the wild beauty of the Turkish rose absolute, the luxurious heart develops captivating vapors of myrrh and styrax, contrasted with a layer of French lavender. The background creates an aura of mystery and irresistible seduction: a soft hypnotic veil of labdanum and musk is combined with the tantalizing power of ambergris and olibanum to create a delightful trail of undeniable magnetism.

I created this fragrance for those who seek to combine rich tradition with modern sophistication,” says Trudi Loren, Corporate Vice President, Corporate Fragrance Development Worldwide, The Estée Lauder Companies. “It’s a masterful blend of the most precious balms and resins handcrafted around a unique quality of Turkish rose absolute.

Bruno Jovanovic

Top notes : Honeysuckle, Oregan, Saffron
Heart notes : Lavander, Rose (turkish, ottoman), Myrrh, Styrax
Dry-down notes : Ambergris, Cistus Labdanum (rockrose), Musk, Olibanum

Group : Estée Lauder Group
Launch date : April 2013
Country of launch : USA
Bottle creator: Tarek Atrissi (Ester Lauder studio)


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