RUNDHOLZ PARFUMS offers an exquisite selection for the connoisseur of the most sophisticated fragrance creations and only selected compositions are included in the line. The finest quality of the ingredients is combined with olfactory uniqueness and high recognition value.
The No.3 of the collection also fulfils this premise par excellence. FEB. 14, 1912 turns out to be a chameleon of lucid shape, the creation carries both warmth and a touch of mild coolness. Warm closeness to the skin and silky-milky cosiness meet this irresistible touch of bitter astringency that quietly reminds one of green coffee beans. The spiced milk, enchantingly refined with star anise, aromatic fennel seed and liquorice, spreads gentleness and comfort. Balsamic accents in sand-coloured leather make you sit up and take notice, they are so powerful, spicy, sensual and confusingly attractive.
The scenery is illuminated by the iridescent sparkle of the Hesperides, which gently mediates between the contrasts and thus smoothes the transition to the heart. The bewitching, surprisingly delicate heart nuances are dominated by fine powdery grandeur and elegance, which are undoubtedly due to the earthy iris. Surrounded by the tingling spice of a carnation and diffuse matt silvery dryness, it blossoms into touching beauty. Even rose and jasmine briefly subordinate themselves to their silent dominance and initially serve only to accentuate the stylish brilliance of the iris. The longer the skin and fragrance molecules nestle against each other, the more the powdery dryness turns into velvety softness.
A short time later, a radiant rose is entwined with the softer and crumpled leather notes. Beguiling moments of tenderness set the tone later on. Soft cream, musk spiced with a pinch of tonka bean, together with delicate smoky cedar woods and heliotrope, skilfully underline the softness of the rose. Together they create charming accents and provide never-ending depth. FEB. 14, 1912 cannot be determined. Precious boudoir moments in silk, much-kissed skin and leathery fetishes. Powdery rosy delicacy, feminine softness and sublime elegance. Warm spiced milk, dry woods and masculine astringency.
FEB. 14, 1912 plays so virtuously with contrasts that one never quite gets to the bottom of the refined composition. This is precisely what makes Arturetto Landis Symphonie so irresistible. Excitingly different and unusually confident. Clear and elegant. Straightforward and expressive. A real Rundholz
Top notes: orange, bergamot, star anise, sweet fennel, liquorice, milk.
Heart notes: iris, rose, jasmine, ylang-ylang, heliotrope, clove, carrot seed
Base notes: cedar wood, musk, leather, tonka bean