ANGE GARDIEN PARIS

Clovis

$140.00

Clovis is kingly masculinity with a dose of charisma and dignified resolve. The powerful King Clovis sits at the centre of this rich contrast of earthy flora and leatherwood, commanding all senses.

Fit For A King

Often regarded as the founder of France, King Clovis was a formidable leader who persevered to unite different tribes, creating a lasting dynasty. He portrays a kingly masculinity where he rises every morning with an eager anticipation of what lies ahead.

Arousing the senses is the first swell of lavender from the south of France, revitalised by the aromas of watermelon and fresh Mandarin orange. Then come exotic floral notes of geranium bourbon, orris, and pink pepper. Evoking a dark and brooding elegance, the base notes of patchouli and vetiver are embellished with the distinguished accords of suedine leather and amber leaves.

Create your own legacy from the seemingly disparate, like Clovis.

Lavender from south of France

Watermelon

Mandarin

Geranium bourbon

Orris

Pink pepper

Patchouli leaves

Ambery woods

Vetiver infusion

Description

Fit For A King

Often regarded as the founder of France, King Clovis was a formidable leader who persevered to unite different tribes, creating a lasting dynasty. He portrays a kingly masculinity where he rises every morning with an eager anticipation of what lies ahead.

Arousing the senses is the first swell of lavender from the south of France, revitalised by the aromas of watermelon and fresh Mandarin orange. Then come exotic floral notes of geranium bourbon, orris, and pink pepper. Evoking a dark and brooding elegance, the base notes of patchouli and vetiver are embellished with the distinguished accords of suedine leather and amber leaves.

Create your own legacy from the seemingly disparate, like Clovis.

Top Notes

Lavender from south of France

Watermelon

Mandarin

Middle Notes

Geranium bourbon

Orris

Pink pepper

Base Notes

Patchouli leaves

Ambery woods

Vetiver infusion

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