Vilhelm Parfumerie Moon Carnival was created in 2018 by Jerome Epinette as part of the flower collection with notes of passionfruit, bergamot, freesia, tuberose, gardenia, orchid, marshmallow, tonka bean, and vanilla. Vilhelm Parfumerie Moon Carnival is an EDP, eau de parfum.
From the brand - "A lover's carnival on the moon - feelings worth reaching to the moon and back. LOVE TO THE MOON AND BACK: His love was a dancer whose golden skin held the scent of passion who loved tuberose more than any other flower. So he travelled the world in search of all the tuberose to fill the moon. For seven days and seven nights, the moon scattered this enchanting scent – pears, patchouli, ambroxan, orris and musk – across the universe."
Fragrantica - "It is a fresh and fruity kind of a tuberose, a little bit bubblegum-y but not over the top and soft. The passionfruit amps up the tartness just the slightest and base is a sweet and fluffy cloud of vanilla and marshmallow. Moon Carnival also has a touch of something tropical in it, I love that. This is overall a happy, dreamy, soft and fluffy tuberose scent. The tuberose is prominent, but not too strong and that fits perfectly in this scent. Nothing too groundbreaking, but if you like your tuberose scents and overall sweet and fluffy scents, try this one out."
Fragrantica - "t's incredibly feminine and soft. It's creamy, a bit sweet, a bit clean, a bit floral green. I almost get a creamy floral tea, somehow? Very elegant and subtle. It has intimate projection, and becomes a delicious skin-scent after half a day. Office appropriate for sure!"
Fragrantica - "MC has depth without being heavy; it's pretty, yet not terribly sweet. The marshmallow base is definitely there, and grounds the experience, which for me is a complex floral intertwined with bergamot– one of my favorite notes. I would call MC more than pleasant, unique, and luxurious without being pretentious. I think it would smell great on the right sort of man, but it almost beckons to be worn with a light dress. I would wear this anywhere, anytime. Think "The Night Circus" rather than an actual alien fair on the moon."