Much Ado About The Duke

  • Posted on 30th September 2016 by Louise Rosen

  • Much Ado About The Duke

    Who could say if it was the evenings spent at the theatre that gave the Duke his ravishing, ravished air.
    slight perfume of intrigue engulfs him nevertheless.
    Exquisitely ubiquitous, a decadent dandy, an utterly charming chap, virulently ambivalent, a thoroughly ambiguous first son-in-law — hearts throb wherever he goes, but not the ones you might think.
    His wife agrees that the theatre is no place for a Duchess.Sometimes she longs not to be a Duchess….

    His Fragrance

    A rose is a rose is a rose.
    Except when your assumptions are laid bare.
    Because expectations can only disappoint.
    When hot is cold and day is night. When florals are exclusively strong and invigorating.
    When leather is only soft and smooth.
    And whilst head-turning, whilst decadent, whilst painfully chic we should remember that transgression, (like progress and modernity) is as old as the hills, as classic as Greek and as universal as Man.
     
    Enchanting Spicy Rose
    Peppery Rose - Gin - Leathery woods