Fragile Violet (2015)
by Eric Buterbaugh Florals


Fragile Violet information

Year of Launch2015
GenderShared / Unisex
AvailabilityIn Production
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People and companies

HouseEric Buterbaugh Florals
PerfumerAlberto Morillas

About Fragile Violet

The company say:

Violet fragrances are typically all leaf (greener, watery), or all petal (sweeter, powdery, woody-floral). Alberto Morillas refused to choose and created a fragrance in equilibrium. The result is a gorgeous, delicate work of art that stays close to the skin and feels clean and resplendent all at once.

Fragile Violet fragrance notes

Reviews of Fragile Violet

Has kind of a bitter opening with the Mandarin and tea. The lotus and wisteria crowd right in the mix. Bitterness recedes. I get violet leaf. The lotus is strong, for me.

Cedar, amber, and musk base is pleasant. Not too woody. Not sweet. Overall this perfume is "okay" for everyday casual wear. Not what I expected from its name.
11th November, 2018
rbaker Show all reviews
United Kingdom
The opening starts of with a herbal-orange impression, but soon a somber and slightly earthy violet develops that firms the core part of this creation. Not the typical violet and quite interesting, but unfortunately on my skin it does not last for very long and soon is pushed aside by a floral, sweetish note and a hint of light musk tones.

The performance is indeed a bit fragile, with very soft sillage, limited projection and four hours of longevity on me. In spite of liberal application it does not shed a certain dullness in my skin, especially in the earlier phases. Still, in spring and for the lover of violet fragrances this one might be of interest. 2.75/5
08th October, 2015

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