(100ml/3.4oz Eau de Parfum natural spray)
In French this statement has the double meaning of a sorrowful plea and also a delighted declaration. The recollection of an intense passion persists even when love is gone. Even the memory of a fragrance is endless...
The floral freshness of bergamot embraces that more lively of lemon, and melts immediately in the jasmine absolute, femine and precious. The allure of incense notes of labdanum blurs in deep woody accents of patchouli. Then a powdery touch, barely tangible and sensual.
Top notes: bergamot, lemon, jasmine
Heart notes: labdanum, patchouli, jsamine absolute
Base notes: iris concrete
Philipp Bousseton the perfumer of Ne me quitte pas: first contact with the world of fragrances is at the age of five. In fact, his grandfather was a perfumer. Fascinated by perfumery, he began to study chemistry. In 1971 he was one of five students from the ISIPCA, a perfumery school that had just opened. In 1982 the turning point, he becomes part of Takasago, a new name in the European world of fragrances, with Pierre Bourdon and Michel Almairac.
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This is the tale of a charming song writer, who shared his music in the bistrots of Paris: a life time filled with passions, lovers, memories... Everyone embraced in a song. Each caressed by a perfume. And all this has generated some sort of magic, a mix between music and unexpected fragrances inspired by past love, timeless song. Perfumes, passions and music, still alive in the memory of this charming and mysterious artist, reborn so, in these perfumes. Their names give us moods and moments of real life in which we can recognize ourselves.