Alberto Morillas creates latest from Bulgari - Goldea : The Roman Night

09th August, 2017

Goldea : The Roman Night
Bulgari have collaborated with Firmenich perfumer, Alberto Morillas to create Goldea : The Roman Night.

Morillas says the inspiration of the fragrance is “Infused by Roman passion, the fragrance evokes the frenzy of impulsive Roman nights, of following one's instinct, of being open to mystery. Strong and seductive, the Roman goddess enters the night following only the whims of her freedom, as she spritzes on the golden elixir of the stars.”

Goldea : The Roman Night is a chypre floral musk fragrance and contains notes of bergamot, mulberry and black pepper in the top; a heart of rose, tuberose, night-blooming jasmine and peony; and a dry down of vetiver, patchouli and musk.

Goldea : The Roman Night
Morillas says, "Night-blooming jasmine and tuberose are irresistible nocturnal beauties. Caressed by the delicious kiss of luscious mulberries and black peony, they trigger desire and demand celebration. When l first imagined a Roman night , the idea of the chypre-infused signature came to me instantly. Meanwhile, the radiant sensuality of black musk is haunted by an intoxicating patchouli heart and noble vetiver roots."

The bottle is the same as the previous Goldea fragrance, but this time coloured black, representing the Roman night. Encircled by a black line, a transparent cap tops the bottle.

The advertising campaign for the fragrance is fronted by model, Bella Hadid, who was announced as the face of the fragrance in May at an event held in Rome’s Piazza Di Spagna.

Bella Hadid

Bella Hadid

The campaign was shot by director Glen Luchford and features Hadid “following her heart into the starlit city of Rome”

Goldea The Roman Night is available from 21 August 2017 at Bulgari boutiques, as Eau de Parfum, Body Lotion and Bath & Shower Gel.

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      • hednic | 10th August 2017 14:42

        This is another that I'm pretty sure my granddaughter would like.

      • rum | 10th August 2017 16:45

        Knowing how good Alberto Morillas' creations have been in the past, I have high hopes for this one.