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The New Creation of The French
Perfumer Jacques Cavallier
is The Essence of Experience

The new creation of the French perfumer
Jacques Cavallier is the essence of experience. "All roads lead to Rome, all wonderful ingredients lead to Rome and all fragrances lead to Rome," Jacques Cavallier says of his creations for Bvlgari. Allegra, like Bvlgari's new fragrance, is dressed in confectionery-like bottles. With five perfumes and five magnifiers. Bvlgari Allegra offers a myriad of combinations that create a uniquely personal scent, from a composition to bottles inspired by colored gems, this collection of scents is both joyful and rare, with each scent being combined with an essence to create a truly personal scent.

Five magnifying essences have white bottles symbolizing the purity of the ingredients: musk, bergamot, rose, patchouli and vanilla, these natural gems reflect the famous expertise of Bvlgari jewelry. Inspired by the history and lifestyle of Italy, the perfumer Bulgari put his passion and art into the production of five Bvlgari Allegra perfumes and five magnifying essences. Jacques Cavallier-Belletrud is a French perfumer who previously worked for the Swiss company for fragrances and aromas Firmenich, which currently works for Louis Vuitton of the LVMH Luxury Group.

He has created or collaborated on the creation of more than 80 fragrances and perfumes for fashion house brands such as Parfums Christian Dior, Parfums Givenchy, Issey Miyake, Yves Saint Laurent and Lancôme. 

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