Tonatto Anni Venti Perfume Eau de Parfum 50 ml / 1.65 oz.
TONATTO: Anni VentiThis fragrance is a rarity! Italy's "nose" Laura Tonatto created it for her 20th company anniversary, creating a marvel of the high perfume art. With the heavy, very special perfume for special occasions, the fragrance artist takes us back on a time journey back to the Roaring Twenties of the past century. In the salons, debating rooms, cabarets and vaudeville, for the first time women were able to satisfy their needs. "Dance and sports instead of corsets," was the motto. The nights were filled with smoke, music, absinthe and frivolous encounters between dazzling personalities. All this catches Laura Tonatto in a magical way and encloses her fragrance Anni Venti with a secret. The ingredients for her very personal favorite perfume does not betray her. Only so much: they were all hand-digested five drops by drop. This also clearly results in the honey-yellow color, which is reminiscent of a glass of sherry in the crystal glass, the enormous depth of the aroma and the long-lasting intensity. If you follow the rare natural ingredients, you definitely discover the oriental heaviness of precious rosebukets, the warmth of wood and amber, the spicy seasoning and the sweetness of vanilla. At the first spray, the scent of Cliniques "Aromatics Elixir" reminds, but then changes to more warmth. No wonder Laura Tonatto's daughter Diletta Tonatto "Anni Venti" continues her collection. Parfoumlounge says: for women, who still like to break with conventions today! All perfumes of Tonatto are by the way free of dyes, parabenes, silicones and petroleum.
Parfumlounge Duftpyramide: TONATTO Anni Venti (top secret, sniffed by us)Head note: Vetiver, Bergamotte
Heart note: rose, jasmine, clove
Base note: cedar, amber, vanilla, incense, oud
Parfumlounge Tip: The Golden TwentiesThe Roaring Twenties of the past century were a departure in many ways. Especially for women: The economic upswing after the First World War and courageous champions paved the way for women into the study and professional world. The emancipatory progress has also been reflected in a fashionable revolution: the skirt seams have become shorter, the hair of the bob hairstyle as well, the cigarette at the telescopic tip has become the hallmark of a generation. Strong women have for the first time gained access to cultural, philosophical, sporting and artistic circles. The short period between 1923 and 1929 goes hand in hand with the breakthrough of conventions and an overwhelming fondness for life. Intoxicating and exotic, the newly created perfumes of this time are in line with this: women also preferred to use heavy, oriental notes. In these years the two classic "Chanel No. 5" by Coco Chanel and "Shalimar" by Guerlain.
Question on item
Notify me when this product is available