I think the concept is flawed. The business model is to decant perfumes and sell them. We, as the customers, don't know whether the decants contain the genuine fragrance until we receive delivery and open up the vial and sniff.
Then, why, Good Grief !, would a business owner flaunt a name on the shingle of the enterprise that plants doubts into the subconscious mind: "Surrender to Chance" Hah ! I want to know where my money is going and what I am buying.
Not even in the stock market would I "surrender to chance" - it would be a calculated risk depending on my risk tolerance.
Is this idea a sweet reference to Love, Passion and Surrender ? Nice, but ...