Olympia Music Hall Eau de Parfum
It all happens once the spotlights illuminate the stage. Time becomes suspended, breathing is shortened, eyes widened, muscles contracted as thousands of hearts beat to a similar rhythm, The opening chords strike like lightning, liberating the crowd, unleashing a passion and creating an atmosphere that is impossible to understand without having experienced it. Thousands of voices singing in unison for one magical moment. That is the Olympia!
Opening Chords: Orange, Bergamot, Lemon, Mandarin.
Center Chords: Pink Berries, Black Pepper, Saffron, Rose, Freesia, Lilac, Peony.
Bass Chords: Blond Wood, Patchouli, Frankincense, Styrax, Suede, Vanilla, Chocolate, Licorice, White Musk.
At the opening, a trio of citrus electrifies the stage. A white mist of strident black pepper and saffron chords envelop the rhythm. The bassline drones its hypnotic riff of incense and patchouli.
Is your heart beating faster? You are at the Olympia!
We would like to tell you the story of a legendary Music Hall that was conceived and then patiently built over the years by Bruno Coquatrix.
The famous red neon façade in the heart of Paris has immortalized the names of the worlds greatest performers. On the inside, thick red curtains have embraced musical treasures on stage since 1954, welcoming the likes of artists such as Piaf, the Beatles, the Stones, David Bowie, and Lady Gaga. These performers have shaken the walls with their music and made magic of Parisian nights while the audience sits on the edge of velvet seats, their spirits glowing from the excitement of an unforgettable evening.
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Histoires de Parfums’perfumes perpetuate the French perfumery know-how, which features are luxury, nobility and creativity. The highest qualitative standards in the choice of the raw materials as well as in the choice of the bottles, packaging and communication tools. With this perfume library, Gerald Ghislain wanted to evoke stories through scent just as books are written with emotions.