Etat Libre d'Orange
Etat Libre d'Orange Dangerous Complicity gets its inspiration from Adam and Eve. By eating the forbidden fruit, complicty took on another dimension and became dangerous. Gimme Danger, Little Stranger - every dangerous complicty requires the infusion of something that can endure beyond desire, beyond the commitment - a scent that speaks the language of the skin. Something to remind you of what you have, what you had, what you could have again. So that when the intimacy is gone, there is still a scent to recall the memory of a touch. It is scent of skin on skin, a sexy fragrance - leather and powder or the scented trace of a bad boy's leather jacket on the powdered skin of a femme fatale.
Dangerous Complicity features notes of rum, ginger, bay essence, coconut, calamus, osmanthus, jasmine, ylang ylang, lorenox, patchouli, leather accord, sandalwood and cashmere woods. It is an eau de parfum, edp.