Juliette has a Gun
All Juliette has a Gun perfumes are developed by Romano Ricci, who was initiated into the mysterious world of perfume by his grandfather Robert Ricci. Romano spent years learning from the best perfumers and then persuaded Francis Kurkdjian to work with him. Then it all went by in a flash. From New York to Paris, from Moscow to Sydney: Juliette intrigues the world. Life is too short and pleasures too many, Juliette says. The gun is a metaphor for perfume, a weapon of seduction, and symbolises the freedom of women in relation to men. Each fragrance of Juliette has a Gun is inspired by a different 'Juliette'. Citizen Queen, for example, is an ode to the independent woman who embraces life, and Musc Invisible is a comfortable fragrance like your favourite item of clothing, suitable for both work and a casual date. The extraordinary perfume Not a Perfume consists of only one molecule, ambroxan, and develops differently with everyone.