Dita Von Teese presents her new and seductive Erotique perfume
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Dita Von Teese has released yet another fragrance to her ever expanding perfume lineand what else could a new scent designed by the Queen of Burlesque be called other than Erotique?
After Dita Von Teese for Women launched in 2011, Rouge in 2012 and FleurTeese launched earlier this year, Erotique is the dancer’s fourth fragrance and has an even higher erotic appeal as she pulls out the stops in the ad campaign donning her own provocative 1940’s vintage style lingerie from the Dita Von Follies collection.
The actress said that she worked hard on this fragrance and fought for it because it is “quite unusual, very animalistic and sexual” and is scent for “libertines, pleasure seekers, deviants, perverts and it’s not for good girls,” with such an endorsement we’re sure it is going to be a best seller.
"Erotique was created with my desire for something vastly distinct from most commercial fragrances. An elixir of alchemy, Erotique was inspired by a time when perfume meant something different than it does now. Vintage erotic books and art sparked my obsession with fetishistic elements, and for decades I've been fascinated with finding a scent that captures the carnality of those risqué erotic stories of the past, ” continued 41-year old dancer, burlesque model and entrepreneur.
The Erotique fragrance was created by the ‘nose’ Nathlie Lorson and carries top notes of rose, smoky pepper, and Coriander and heart notes of Bulgarian rose, leather and base notes of musk, warm sandalwood, aromatic cedar and exotic Gaiac wood, contained in a topaz bottle that resembles liquid gold and is adorned with a heart and key.
Von Teese also said “I love beguiling facets of sexuality, from dominance to vulnerability, and Erotique is a heady mélange of opposites. Its poetic contrast of leather accords and burnt embers with rare voluptuous rose is not for the faint of heart; it is intoxicating, animalistic and intense, potent weaponry for a maestra of the erotic arts".