This minimalist, fresh, and clean fragrance is hypoallergenic and ideal for those who don’t normally wear perfume. It is composed of a single note, called catalo, which is usually used in perfumery as a base note. Here it plays the lead role for a fragrance that will easily satisfy the most difficult tastes, and particularly those preferring discretion over complexity.
Juliette has a Gun describes a modern femininity divided between her desire for romance and independence. Creator, Romano Ricci, imagined his scents as “olfactory portraits” creating fragrance with a specific woman in mind.