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Meo Fusciuni Luce - Light

03/28/13 21:02:55 (One comment)

by: Elena Knezhevich

Giuseppe Imprezzabile introduced his new creation named LUCE (Light) at Esxence in Milan. Giuseppe is an artist, I can't call him a perfumer, because besides perfumery he finds many other ways and tools to liven up his ideas. The project Meo Fusciuni ("My source, origin or spring" in Sicilian) started in 2010.

Luce is an example of an amazing union of poetry and perfumery. It is also so very  personal and reflective, besides being easy to wear. I felt the same when I smelled Giuseppe's Notturno. The author has a special gift to make fragrance-soulmates. Giuseppe chose the color red for his Light. Luce is a woody fragrance—deep, resonating, resinous, but truly luminous. I feel completely myself when it embraces me. There are fragrances that catalyze your emotions, invite you to explore or help you think. Of this fragrance I would say it helps to not think, to feel invisible and unreachable to any disturbing thought.


"The journey has reached its point, to its threshold, the silence.

At dawn, the sounds remind me of the plant life, its passage, its complexity, its stasis, sweet.
I calmed down, I forgot.
I know, everything falls back into place, all signs of life and especially the smells,
return to their memory.
I know, everything falls back into place, even the quiet, the smell of the balance in
nature.
How slow words, as the Light.

There is a limit to what I'm doing and there is the achievement of silence, a Light."
 


Olfactory elements:

Leather, Cedar, Birch
Tobacco, Patchouli, Sandalwood
Amber, Benzoin, Vanilla

Material elements:

glass, steel, chain, red

 


"The head bowed, leaning towards the heart, such as listening to a lullaby.
How slow words, as the Light.
My dumb face. My head down."
 

Photo by Fragrantica

Elena Knezhevich founded Fragrantica together with Zoran Knezevic in 2007. Since then Elena has taken care of its design and content as the Editor-in-Chief.

Elena was born in Russia, studied Slavic languages and literature in Moscow, and lived in Sarajevo and Belgrade, where the idea of Fragrantica was born. Now she resides in California.

"I have had a nomadic life style since I was born, changing homes, cities and countries. I love having this island on the Internet that I built myself, to reach from everywhere and feel at home."

 

 

 



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chayaruchama
chayaruchama

you've captured my imagination.

Mar
29
2013

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