Juliette Has A Gun Lady Vengeance puts a modern spin on the common image of vulnerable Juliette Capulet.
Lady Vengeance tells the story of modern Juliette. She works for a living, drives sports car and is no longer a victim of communication lost in transport.
She is armed with perfume as a seduction and uses it on anyone she fancies. She seduces with every bat of her luscious eyelashes. She leads the game and it is not afraid of plotting a vengeance against her ex. The best kind of vengeance: being happy.
Sporting a leather jacket and killer heels, she wraps you around her finger. She is driven and can make men write love poems with her lipstick on a bathroom mirror.
She keeps a semi-nude portrait of herself in her small studio apartment, which is filled with roses. Has an ongoing reservation on a table facing the door in a small family restaurant.
Rose is her favorite flower because it represents her personality: beautiful, delicate, fragile, but with big, sharp thorns that will dig deep into your flesh and leave a mark.
Lady Vengeance is oriental floral dominated by three major ingredients: May rose, vanilla and patchouli.
Rose is the eternal source of inspiration of Juliette Has A Gun brand, and despite of its dark gothic name, it is a lovely, romantic, soft and sensual perfume, courtesy of the Bulgarian rose.
The rose dances in the air around you, literally seducing you. It bridges romance and independence, being in a relationship that sets you free.
Patchouli brings out the best at the end, savoring the olfactory journey, making the fragrance irresistible.
When you wear Lady Vengeance, one thing is sure: wherever you go, you will leave a trail of Francis Kurkdjian perfection behind you. A trail so beautiful, you will never go unnoticed.