About This Product
During the Renaissance, Venice was at the height of it’s power and luxury. Not only the global force for trade in Europe of exotic spices, fabrics and ships, but also for love and seduction through their beautiful Courtesans. A famous book of the period was called simply “Secreti”; a book of beauty secrets. My Secreti di Belle Donne perfume is inspired by the famous Courtesans of Venice and Venetian delicacies as well as the work by Vittore Carpaccio, “Portrait of a Lady with a Book”.
Secreti di Belle Donne is a wonderfully rich and subtle perfume that speaks to the beauty preparations of the lovely ladies of Venice as well as the underlying erogenous scent of the lovers trysts.
(*image credit: Vittore Carpaccio, about 1465-1525, Portrait of a Lady with a Book, about 1495, oil on panel, Denver Art Museum, Gift of Samuel H. Kress Foundation, 1961.168)
* please note: 1 ml sample vials of EdP are 1/2 filled; Perfume / extract vials are filled.