In 2016, the Yves Saint-Laurent house decided to take us back to the very heart of its history by reinterpreting one of its most famous olfactory myths. In 1977, Yves Saint-Laurent launched the Opium perfume, a juice that could not be more controversial but quickly became cult. Also, since 2014, it has been transformed into a more rock ‘n’ roll version renowned for the occasion Black Opium . Now, it seems that the brand has chosen to address the wild instinct of women directly. It is now the turn of Black Opium Wild Edition to enter the scene for a particularly fiery rendering.
The vision of the Yves Saint-Laurent woman
The spirit of the new Yves Saint-Laurent perfume could not be clearer: it is aimed at a wild woman eager to let her animal instinct explode. This original perfume portrays to us the image of an indomitable, fiery and passionate femininity. She seems to be guided by her desires and lets her carnal seduction explode once night comes. She has a feline sensibility and a slender look. If the Yves Saint-Laurent woman has always been very urban, she is now more natural and plunges us into the very heart of her strong interior. She invites us to discover a new facet of her personality. Black Opium Wild Edition is a concentrate of authenticity, both very inspired by the past but resolutely turned towards the future.
The new bottle of Black Opium Wild Edition
Obviously, who says new scented version also means new bottle. However, it remains familiar. Its allure is intact, combining the square shape with more sensual curves. Likewise, its round porthole opening as a window onto soft pink reflections is still in the game. However, its old-fashioned black glitter finish has given way to a glass surface with a wild and indomitable effect. Black Opium Wild Edition is in the image of the woman who wears it: elegant and classic but not lacking in impertinence and character.
The unique scent of Black Opium Wild Edition
In order to make this new juice, Yves Saint Laurent again called on the four perfumershaving developed the first version of Black Opium. This original composition was thus produced by Nathalie Lorson, Marie Salamagne, Honorine Blanc and Olivier Cresp. They have chosen to start Black Opium Wild Edition with a fruity and fresh flight based on juicy pear and sunny orange blossom. Nevertheless, this spring blend is heckled by the spicier presence of pink pepper. If the floral femininity of Black Opium Wild Edition continues in her heart thanks to the addition of jasmine, it becomes more and more greedy. It is also made up of coffee, bitter almonds and liquorice. Vanilla then serves as a link with the base of this juice. Patchouli reveals its elegant depth. Finally,