For the release of the new fragrance the famed shoe designer CHRISTIAN LOUBOUTIN has teamed up with the world renowned architect Thomas Heatherwick. While the architect was in charge of the bottle design perfumers Olivier Cresp and Pierre Negrin were in charger of the 3 scents.

What the designer had in mind for his women’s fragrance was the architectural sentiment, which in a sculptural form will blend the three nuances released as his fragrance debut. These three empowering bottles present ‘Bikini Questa Sera‘ a warm tuberose and jasmine scent, ‘Trouble in Heaven‘ a mixture of iris notes and patchouli both engineered by perfumer Pierre Negrin as well as ‘Tornade Blonde‘ a red rose fragrance with nuances of violet and cassis by Olivier Cresp.from Design SCENE

All three notes of this new fragrance for women are already on the shelves of prestige perfume shops.

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Bikini Questa Sera Christian Louboutin for women comes as an Oriental Floral fragrance for women launched this year. Top nuances are green notes with middle notes such as jasmine and tuberose base notes are australian sandalwood, haitian vetiver and ambergris.


Trouble in Heaven Christian Louboutin for women consists of top scents such as bergamot and cascalone as well as middle notes are rose and iris flower. While the base notes are amber, patchouli, tonka bean and labdanum.


Trouble in Heaven by Christian Louboutin is a Oriental Floral fragrance for women. Main notes are bergamot and cascalone with middle notes such as rose and iris flower. While the base notes are amber, patchouli, tonka bean and labdanum.


I want you to experience the fragrance in the same way as you experience a piano note being played. So there is the “ping”, the first burst of the scent like the striking of the piano key, followed by a beautiful resonance as the note echoes its sound. There is one present moment, and then there is the trace, le sillage. I think of it as its memory. – shared Christian Louboutin

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