Vers la Violette

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 2 customer ratings
(2 customer reviews)


Vers La Violette starts with a fresh green, earthy opening and dries down into a subtle sueded leather, all the while it is clearly violet.


About This Product

Inspired by Denver Art Museum’s Passort to Paris collection and Hippolyte Petitjean’s “Village”, 1893 painting in particular, Vers la Violette takes one of the most important perfumes of the late 19th Century, violets (mainly worn by women), and fashions it into a more modern, 21st century gender-bending design that utilizes the molecule ionone.

  • EdP / VdP sample vials are 1/2 filled; Perfume / Extrait mini roller vials are full.

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2 reviews for Vers la Violette

  1. Rated 5 out of 5 (verified owner)

    Lovely violet scent, green notes and powder are wonderful. Didn’t notice leather at all, which for me was a plus.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Arneblaze (verified owner)

    A violet leather? How unique. Why has no one thought of this before? Modern perfumery is after all only 130 years old – you’d think someone would have gone down that road.

    The amazing thing is that it totally works. At first, I was skeptical. I got a blast of green violet, but then just turpentine and wood for about five minutes. Then the heart settled in – light, dry violet and the subtlest of European leather scents, which arm in arm stroll down the aisle to the altar.

    Very unisex in its dryness. The orris works very well to support the violet. Hmmm – might an orris leather be next?

    Another triumph – so unique I am telling all my olfactory friends.

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