Scary, but it’s just that good: a rare one in the land of plenty. But sometimes a scent can combine with a memory that’s so powerful you feel the need to re-enter their words, their minds,their interpretation. Behold: she’s beautiful, not like a still life painting, but fluid, ephemeral. Doesn’t she look familiar? Why, yes.
Francis Kurkdjian, the perfumer:
“I wanted a fragrance that would resemble a huge bouquet of freshly cut flowers, with temperament and a lingering sillage. The Carven woman has an intuitive sense for what’s chic: she’s Parisian, sparkling, bold and impertinent; she leaves no one indifferent.”