Goldea: the Roman night of a golden goddess
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Goldea The Roman Night turned out to be love at first sight, at first inspire of the fragrance. From the very beginning, I was anticipating I would like it because I got captured by the story and by its composition.
For me, this is an evening fragrance, a scent of Roman, glamorous, starry nights, a fragrance I can wear during the day as a reminder that beyond the everyday life, life is filled with stories we create and sometimes, they are more exciting than the most incredible movies.
If I have to define the fragrance in a few words, they are: mystery, impulse, glamour, temptation and exquisite luxury.
The Eternal city at midnight is the view that inspires Bvlgari to create Goldea, The Roman Night. Fragrance for golden goddesses (if we translate Goldea), which brings the glamor, majesty, passion and thousands of stories of Rome that are revealed only under the moonlight.
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.”
Alberto Morillas, Master-Perfumer
Mulberry, Black peony
Night-blooming jasmine, Tuberose
Vetiver, Patchouli, Musk
I liked the design of the bottle – the silhouette reminds of the Roman sky at the moment when the sun, the moon and the Earth are in perfect line. The finishing element is the iconic Bvlgari serpent – Serpenti, which gracefully wraps around the bottle.
I am wearing: a couple of drops of Goldea The Roman Night and H&M dress
Photos: Martina Todorova0