A powdery, delicious pink combined with silver to underline the modernity of this perfume. A touch of sensuality for the brand.
With Delina, the perfumer Quentin Bisch has created an homage to the unshakable and joyful femininity of strong women, and the fragrance displays all the rigorous optimism of a doe-eyed teenage girl. There is something very touching and tender about the optimism of youth, and this is what the perfume reflects. Delina is a union of silver and pink notes – a bouquet of pure, youthful, hopeful sensuality.
The opening notes bounce out in a rush of juicy, rhubarb and lychee, washing the wearer down in a bright sluice of fruity freshness and sweet-tart nuances. It is green and pink in tone, with little pops of silver from the sultry vanilla, cashmere woods, and dry, salty ambroxan. The heart explodes in the pure pink pulp of Turkish rose essence, the jammiest of all roses. A serious base follows, full of dark, grassy notes of vetiver, red cedar, and ashy incense. Mysterious and beautiful, like the optimism of youth that inspired the scent.
A fragrance full of contrasts, because Delina bubbles with nuances in a multifaceted way. A two-way interplay – like the femininity that represents it: lively, sparkling and moving at the same time, sweet and sensual, timeless and outrageously modern.