White Spirit by Romano Ricci for Juliette Has A Gun 2016

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Post by Portia

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Hey Hey All,

Romano Ricci is a dead set spunk, so sexy and suave. We met him last year here in Sydney and I fell head over heels, we all did. He was warm, engaging, funny and composed. He had some great stories and through the whole afternoon his love for fragrance shone through. Coming down from the Nina Ricci line, she is his grandmother, he has a similar vein of conservative and quirky that I am only now discovering as I work my way through the vintage Nina Ricci catalogue.

This week I am dedicating APJ to a GIVEAWAY WEEK! Yes, every day for six out of seven days there will be a 24 hour GIVEAWAY. That’s right, you’ll have 24 hours to get your comment in and then it will be drawn. Enter every day if you like but only one comment per day. Got it?

White Spirit by Juliette Has A Gun 2016

White Spirit by Romano Ricci

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Fragrantica gives these featured accords:
Top: Jasmine sambac, tuberose
Heart: Ambroxan, tuberose
Base: Amber, cedar, musk, sandalwood

This haute line from JHaG is lovely. I really like the bottles, fragrances and the whole idea behind them. Romano made up a crazy expensive fragrance for his girlfriend, everywhere they went people commented on it and wanted in. He then made up a small batch at a more moderate price to test the waters, still expensive but within reach. Sell Out! So the haute line was born.

The first two are big fragrances, head turning, walk in before you, notice me bitches style frags. On the third Romano has pared back the size and added a more industrial vibe. 21st century fragrance couture. Utterly unisex and, on my skin, devastatingly beautiful.

 

Further reading: Candy Perfume Boy and Now Smell This
Libertine Parfumerie has $390/75ml with FREE Australian Postage
First In Fragrance has €240/75ml + Samples

APJ GIVEAWAY WEEK 2016

White Spirit GIVEAWAY

WHAT CAN YOU WIN?

This week we will have 1 winner who will receive:
1 x White Spirit Manufacturers Sample (my review sample remnants)
P&H Anywhere in the world

HOW DO YOU WIN?

Open to everyone worldwide who follows AustralianPerfumeJunkies via eMail, WordPress, Bloglovin or RSS. Please leave how you follow in the comments to be eligible. I must be able to check that you follow so if you have an email address on your gravatar that’s different to your follow address then please email me so I know. Yes, you can start following to enter, in fact it’s encouraged.

You must tell me how you follow APJ

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Tell us your addictive scent

HOUSEKEEPING

Entries Close TOMORROW Friday 3rd June 2016 10pm Australian EST and winners will be announced in a separate post.
Winners will be chosen by random.org
The winners will have till Wednesday 8th June 2016 to get in touch (portia underscore turbo at yahoo dot com dot au) with their address or the prize will go to someone else.
No responsibility taken for lost or damaged goods in transit.

36 thoughts on “White Spirit by Romano Ricci for Juliette Has A Gun 2016

  1. via email and Facebook

    Isn’t every scent addictive? Most of the ones I own!!! I think my two faves from last year that are very special and unlike anything else for me are Boadicea’s Complex and Roja’s Enslaved.

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  2. Oh good heavens, my most addictive scent is probably 10 Corso Como. That delicate incense-musk-rose is magnificent. This one sounds lovely, though. Thanks for the week of draws! I follow by e-mail.

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  3. I’m addicted to Creed’s Virgin Island Water, sadly I can’t afford a constant addiction! 😀 Like the sound of White Spirit too… follow by email.

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  4. Oh this sounds incredible! I’m lying here dying of the flu (hopefully not literally) and even though my poor nose can’t smell a thing, I can conjure this delight in my head! I follow AJP blog via email subscription!

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  5. Ooh, ONE addictive fragrance? Today, I’m going to go with Masque Russian Tea. Tomorrow? Who knows!!
    I follow by email – thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. This sounds intriguing, and I’d love to try it. The fragrance I’d most like to have right now is Magnolua Grandiflora Michel. Unfortunately, it’s hard to fund and rather expensive. Thanks for the opportunity to try this fragrance. I follow via email.

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  7. I follow by email. My most addictive scents are the flowers in my garden. I have lilies, roses, gardenias, magnolias, and a form of jasmine which flourishes in this area, just to name a few. Every morning I make the rounds sniffing the ones which are in bloom. As for perfume? I don’t think I have just one.

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  8. Hi Portia,
    This sounds very interesting but DNEM as I have a growing backlog of samples that I mean to try but just haven’t gotten around to. Right now all I want to do is aimlessly wander around in a cloud of my current addictive, the sadly defunct (except on e-bay) Estee Lauder Youth Dew Amber Nude.
    Azar xx

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  9. Addictive scent? Hmmm. This could be a long list. Grapefruit. Rose. And tobacco. I still have to find the best tobacco-fragrance. I DO love my Ambre Nargile by Hermes. I follow by e-mail. 😀

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  10. My addictive scent is so embarrassing.. I honestly can’t get enough of anything with cotton candy. Sugary sweet but so perfect. 🙂 Following via email.

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  11. I find vintage perfumes addictive, because after so many years I still hunt them down and pay too much to be able to sniff them again and again.
    I follow APJ via email.

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  12. I follow by e mail.facebook and twitter and my addictive scent is Cinnabar by EL although I don’t wear it and the smell of marshmallows and liquorice.

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  13. I found Chanel no. 19 in pure perfume totally beautiful when I tested it, but I still don’t own it.

    I like the design of the pictured bottle better than that of the ordinary JHaG perfumes, clean and unfussy in a good way.

    I follow via e-mail.

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  14. My addictive scent? I’m assuming you are making me choose one? How can I choose one?!
    Hmmm for me it would be KAI perfume oil and the fragrance. I am a BWF fan and the gardenia in KAI is utterly addictive. I find myself wrist-to-nose throughout the day just in awe for its deliciousness!
    The notes in this fragrance however are all right up my alley! Jasmin, tuberose, Amber, cedar, musk sandalwood.. It’s like I can almost imagine what it will smell like but I might also be surprised! Is it creamy and sweet? Is it heady? I don’t know but I’ll love to find out! 🙂
    Thank you for these wonderful giveaways!
    Follow by email, FB, bloglovin..

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  15. Follow by email, and my current addiction is another blasted vintage frag (blasted because getting it in good condition can be a crapshoot)–the EdC version of no 5. The ylang-y drydown is heaven and actually lasts & lasts.

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  16. I follow via RSS. My current addiction is Tabac Tabou. My first sniff was less than promising due to the over the top oiliness, I thought I could never wear more than a tiny dab. But, I couldn’t resist digging it out of the reject pile over and over and I finally caved and ordered a bottle.

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  17. Hello Portia…I’m not certain about a fragrance being addictive, but Romano himself sounds like he might be!!!
    I follow you via Facebook ,Twitter and email.
    If pushed for an addictive scent, it most certainly wouldn’t be Secretions Magnifique.

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  18. I follow by email. This sounds utterly gorgeous Portia as does Romano. Addictive scent – incense, no vetiver, no incense. You really want me to choose just one perfume???

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  19. It is a classic but I recently got another vintage Opium and it is off the charts when it comes to addiction. Def. need to get few more vintage opium because they become even scarcer or too expensive. I follow APJ through email.

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  20. I don’t know what is my most addictive scent, except for my husband 🙂

    Following by email: butterflyrouge at yahoo dot com

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  21. my current addictive scent is Baghari by Aurelien Guichard for Robert Piguet .

    i picked this up recently in a boutique after spritzing it whilst browsing around the store. I went back hours later to purchase it . it reminds me of growing up and being forced to attend greek orthodox church.. the burning frankincense and amber was a constant.. Baghari has that same depth and strong intense smell which I adore
    I love it . I wear it everywhere am sure its far too strong for the office ..but i don’t care. 🙂

    I follow by newsletter and Facebook

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  22. That’s not a fair question, Portia! How on earth am I supposed to pick just one?! I’ll go with the gorgeous Yvresse/Champagne 🙂

    Thank you; email 🙂

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