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Brezza di Seta is another surprise from a brand that I didn't initially image could deserve a lot of attention (which on the contrary deserves). Brezza di seta is quite likeable, translucent, silent, organic and fairy. Evoking more than vaguely a sort of Andrea Maack's (and partially Ne_be's) conceptual style (Andrea Maack Silk jumps immediately on mind with its violet-magnolia accord set over an hay type of mineral powder) this fragrance strikes for a powderiness (greenish, salty, "papery", mineral-like, floral) rich of botanical nuances. There is a weird level of sourness/saltiness in the middle of the woody-floral powder. I detect bright-gray aromatic lavender, a sort of hay undertone, something close to floral pollen, a diaphane tea-like note (probably the aqueous vetiver effect), secret breezy ozonic-citric molecules (the water lily gives probably the illusion) and a mastering (and incredibly convincing) accord of magnolia (enhancing the latter the hay-like vibe) and violet which provides a romantic greenish-floral effect perfectly enclosed in the tonka-iris-woods centered talkiness. I see a windy solitary lighthouse in the distance (a sort of "Virginia Woolf" atmosphere) and a green dark little forest close to the sea. A solitary damosel is walking along the windy shore scanning the horizon.
27th October, 2014
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Aptly named BREZZA DI SETA is a very appealing floral perfume with a somewhat powdery, lightly woody drydown. The opening reminds me of BVLGARI POUR FEMME, with the rose and violets especially mingling together. I do not detect any lavender here, but maybe it all works together synthetically, as in every skillful blend which shrouds its notes in mystery.
10th November, 2011