Melodie de L'Amour
I would say that Melodie de L'Amour is of all Dusita the easiest to fit the name, poetry and aroma. Everything makes sense in an immediate and instinctive way for me. The poem chosen here is interesting and compares the feeling of love to a flower that blossoms in an empty room - it is a metaphor for how love begins somehow innocent and timid and in its way becomes an intense and sensual feeling. The white flowers are perfect to convey this connotation and I think it's incredible that Pissara has managed to conceptualize a form that shows just that blossoming of them on the skin. Inspired by the perfumes of tuberose and her passion for Fracas, Melodie de L'Amour chooses to focus on creating the intensity of the tuberose through a bouquet of white flowers instead of saturating it in a very carnal way. We have a greener look at the opening, complemented by what seems to me a moderate use of herbs. As time goes by the floral outlines shows better - it is possible to perceive nuances of jasmine and gardenia complementing the white and carnal floral aroma of tuberose. As much as Melodie grows and blossoms like Love, it is interesting that it does not lose its luster and freshness, which to me represents a love that endures like flowers that never seem to die.