It's not easy to make a deeply romantic fragrance that is both strong yet undeniably feminine. Xerjoff succeeds with Ibitira. As delicate as silk, lighter than chiffon made of moonlight, yet still substantial, Ibitira gives Joy a run for its money. Centuries ago, Ibitira might have been the choice of French princesses for whom money is no object. It would have been worn to stroll in elaborately planted parterres in summer where young men paid court among the roses. More recently, Ibitira would have sung gloriously on delicate beauties such as Grace Kelly. At first sniff, we knew Ibitira will find a cherished place at weddings and wherever love flourishes--or wants to flourish.
A Champagne-like tingle of citrus and fresh green signals Ibitira's opening. As the tingle fades, Ibitira transitions to a soft, enveloping halo of intoxicating jasmine, Bulgarian rose, and Florentine iris. The jasmine lifts Ibitira, infusing the fragrance with a narcotic thrum. The rose adds a passionate, sensual aspect, and the iris lends structure, character, and intelligence. Cedar, vanilla, and Haitian vetiver round out and ground Ibitira's rich floral heart, giving it the foundation to whisper its romantic message for hours. Looking for a love potion? You've found it in Ibitira.
Alcohol Denat., Parfum (Fragrance), Aqua (Water), BHT, Benzyl Benzoate, Cinnamyl Alcohol, Citral, Citronellol, Coumarin, Farnesol, Geraniol, Isoeugenol, Limonene, Linalool.
Please be aware that ingredient lists may change or vary from time to time. Please refer to the ingredient list on the product package you receive for the most up to date list of ingredients.
As one of the star noses at Robertet, Jacques Flori has been a highly sought-after perfumer by major and exclusive brands alike. Often known for his mastery of complex, beautiful incense scents, Flori has worked for ultra-high end brands such as Amouage (where he created Opus IV), Xerjoff (where he was responsible for much of the Shooting Stars line), and other prestigious and historic brands such as Jovoy and Balmain.
Driven by a true passion for the artistry of Haute perfumery, Italian luxury perfume house Xerjoff was founded by perfumer Sergio Momo in 2003. Committed to using nothing but the finest and rarest materials in their perfume creation, Xerjoff deftly combines the traditional art of perfume craftsmanship with contemporary inspiration to dramatic effect. From the captivating Shooting Stars Collection and the traditional Casamorati line to the Harrods exclusive Emerald Star, the collections of beautifully bottled pure perfume oils and Eau de Parfums each offer the wearer a heady journey into the precious realm of fine perfume.