Black Opium

Yves Saint Laurent once described his fragrance Opium as “a magic word, a key word, the key to the most intimate dreams, the ‘sesame’ that opens the door to dreams.” It’s not a surprising quote considering the scandal the fragrance and its launch created in New York City in 1977.  This month comes a new interpretation of the classic Oriental scent for women. Black Opium takes inspiration from indie rock music and experimental art with an addictive shot of caffeine and blends with a bouquet of white flowers.

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