7753 of Histoires de Parfums

After the success of the Ceci n'est pas un flacon bleu collection, the Master Perfumer Gérald Ghislain resumed his conversations with paintings. This time it’s the Renaissance that stimulates Ghislain's creative flair and in particular the most famous painting in the world: The Mona Lisa by Leonardo Da Vinci.

The fragrance 7753 is born, which refers to the dimensions of the famous oil on table (77 x 53 cm), "restless meeting of Tuberose and Ivy, Vetiver and Sandalwood under a veil of citrus notes. Enigmatic and sensual, luminous and intense at once- this is the scent of a smile, of a glance, of ecstasy". (G.G.)