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Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto

As she walks further into the garden, the lush greenery dims the sound of the sea. Here, the scent of fresh flowers becomes more intense, deliciously heady. A flap of wings. A flash of vivid colors. She smiles, knowing that she is back in paradise…

Back to the secret garden

Two years ago, Roberto Cavalli Paradiso launched a new line of fragrances that transfigured the Italian dolce vita into a true paradise on earth. It introduced an opulent garden with a breathtaking view over the Mediterranean Sea, an exotic many-hued bird and a mysterious woman.

Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto returns to this hidden sanctuary and explores a new facet of its fascinating universe. Venturing deeper into the garden, it uncovers a fragrant array of Mediterranean flowers whose mingled scents exert a luxurious fascination, an irresistible addiction of the senses.

A sensuous homage to desire and voluptuousness, Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto fully embraces a hedonistic vision of life, the belief that paradise can and should be found here and now. The Paradiso Assoluto woman is a free spirit. She is a dedicated seeker of beauty who relentlessly pursues pleasure, freedom and happiness. Her quest leads her into Paradiso’s lush and verdant garden where she finds the secret fragrance that unlocks the gates of paradise.. He is the official chronicler of the whole Paradiso saga.


Flowers handpicked in Heaven

Like its forerunners, Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto was designed by master perfumer Louise Turner (Givaudan). For this floriental fragrance, she took up an unprecedented challenge: trying to capture the scent of the Garden of Eden, the grove of untamed flowers that shielded the ultimate temptation.

The perfume’s intriguing opening blends crisp and sexy top notes of pink peppercorn with sweet and enticing wisteria. This artfully contrasted prelude introduces Paradiso’s signature note, wild jasmine, facetted with a counterpoint of vibrantly carnal red lily. A flamboyant conclusion to this highly addictive floral symphony, the opulent exotic trail of vanilla, sandalwood and patchouli enthralls the senses, leaving a deep and lasting impression.


Through the depth of a red diamond

True to the Paradiso aesthetics, Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto’s luxurious bottle is shaped like a chiseled diamond. Its red depths emphasize the fragrance’s sizzling sensuality and voluptuousness. The facetted crystal-like cap captures the light, creating mesmerizing reflections. It is stamped with the Roberto Cavalli monogram, a token of style, refinement and extravagance.

As for the scaly metallic coils wrapped around the neck of the flask, they take on a whole new significance in Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto’s Garden of Eden. The motif also appears on the outer box, the deep crimson embossed scales perfectly reflecting the fragrance’s power of temptation. Faithful to Roberto Cavalli’s universe, the gradation from red to gold conveys an unmistakable sense of refinement and luxury.


An angel in Eden

Dreamily reclining in a comfortable hammock, Edita Vilkeviciute perfectly captures the charm and sensuality of the new Roberto Cavalli Paradiso Assoluto. Cradling the precious bottle in her hand, she dreamily stares into space, lost in the magic of the paradisiacal garden that surrounds her. Her natural beauty and magnetism, enhanced by her sense of glamour and sophistication, make her the quintessential Paradiso Assoluto woman.

Her striking portrait is the work of Mario Sorrenti, a talented photograph internationally renowned for his glamorous clichés of the world’s most beautiful women. He is the official chronicler of the whole Paradiso saga.

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