Omnia Amethyste is a cloudy, dreamy fragrance that is perfect for wiling away the hours in romantic daydreams. Soft, dewy violets, lilacs, and almondy heliotrope give the scent an air of innocent sweetness, while iris, rose and grapefruit lend a bright, invigorating suede finish.
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Grapefruit’s juicy, zesty, and tart effervescence instantly refreshes any fragrance. It’s lip-smacking energy is a staple of both men’s and women’s perfumes, and it pairs well with nearly any other note in a scent, but is best blended with cedar, lilies, roses, oranges, limes, black or pink pepper and lotus flower. Grapefruit is naturally exuberant and will always leap out at first spray, inviting the wearer to experience its enthusiastic and playful personality. It’s also one of the most versatile notes in perfumery, and appropriate to wear in any season as a standalone scent or blended into citrus or floral fragrances.
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About the brand
Bvlgari is an Italian luxury goods house fouded by Sotirios Voulgaris in 1884. The company name is a derivative of the founder's last name, and the letter "V" in the word is the Latin classical alphabet character for letter "U," so the word is pronounced simply as if it were written as "Bulgari.
In 1992 Bulgari created its first fragrance, Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert, which was soon followed by ten other successful fragrance introductions.