Three intense and dark perfumes that unlock the universe of animal fantasy in Barcelona’s Modernism.
Modernism was embraced in Barcelona not only by art, but also by every field of culture, social life and politics. Its main form of expression was in architecture and its maximum ambassador was Gaudi. One of the most interesting facets of the architectural Modernism was its decorative aspect, characterized by the aesthetic freedom and use of eclectic figures, exotic animals and the fusion of mythological creatures and the real world. Modernist symbology wanted to break with the ways of the past and create new art, thus we find a renewal of shapes, especially in conspicuous animals.
A fusion of the gothic and the exotic. Dark natural Oud Palao holds this complex animalic fragrance.
The lion; a symbol of power for the Catalan bourgeoisie. An opulent and memorable perfume.
The dragon; a fabulous creature that attracted the modernist artists, appealing to their imagination. A perfume that fires up with explosive and refined notes.