Potion Master Posted February 22, 2012 Share Posted February 22, 2012 Have you heard? They are re-releasing the film TITANIC in 3D next month, and we have been asked to create an accompanying perfume set to coincide with the release! I have been given permission to talk about it now, but we will have to wait for the website address to order the set for another week or two. This promo is in conjunction with a website called Romance of Yesteryear, and The Baltimore Sun newspaper. The offering is for a 3 perfume set, packaged in beautiful antique style pouches in the style of Romance of Yesteryear. Three bottles, 5ml roll-ons each of concentrated perfume oil. Each perfume is based around the ingredient of Rose, but they follow the arc of the development of the character named Rose, and each scent is wildly different, just as her personality develops throughout the film. The first scent is called "Young Rose". This was chosen because, if you have seen the film as many times as we have, you will remember that the shipbuilder onboard always calls her "Young Rose". This is the Rose who is a paragon of high society. The epitome of elegance. But straining at her harnesses, isn't she? Young Rose is the scent of elegance and high society...a memory of a lost age. Ingredients: Antique White Roses, Rosewater, Tibetan White Tea with a wee drop of Lemon. The antique papery feel of lavish Sandalwood. A dried bouquet with a hint of wistfulness, laid upon a doily of hand tatted lace. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ But then, she meets her Jack. He teases her, he taunts her, and she follows wherever he leads until she is hopelessly in love with him and there is no going to back to the staid woman she was before. She becomes.... Jack's Rose ~ This is the most playful of the trio, filled with happiness and joy. When you're in love, kisses taste like pure sugar. Mouths stained like berries because you can't keep your lips off each other... The scent of joyfulness in a bottle, and a bit of mischievousness too. Ingredients: Baby Pink and Sweetheart Roses, berry-sweetened with drops of mood-elevating Strawberry, Blueberry, Blackberry and Powdered Sugar, with an innocent glow of sheer youthful skin Musk. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Even a 3 hour movie can end too soon, yeah? But Jack did more than just allow her to live...he SHOWED her how to live. And our Rose did not take this supreme gift for granted. She lived for both of them. Rose traveled from the Santa Monica Pier to the pyramids of Egypt. She learned to fly, she was a Hollywood star...she grabbed hold of life with both hands and LIVED it...and this is what the last of our trio is about.... Forever Rose ~ A perfume of ingredients only to be found if one circles the globe in search of the finest, richest, rarest, most elusive and divine... Forever Rose is the scent of the independent woman, the confident yet mysterious world traveler who knows what she wants and how to achieve it. Ingredients: Deepest, darkest Red Rose attars from India and Egypt...pounds of rose petals are used to create just a few precious drops. Aged Indian Patchouli, Tunisian Amber, forbidden animalic musks, exotic spices from Zanzibar and Marrakech over sweet Honey derived from Orange Blossom fed bees, and several more Honey varieties besides, because this alluring ingredient is the undeniable scent of womanhood...the closest aroma found in nature to the scent of female arousal, and a veritable magnet for men. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ So, this is our set. It will be interesting to see how much "screen time" they allot for this. There have been at least 4 incarnations of the text so far, but I have been given permission to write this how I want, and so I have. The "official" version will be much more conservative, but I wanted to share with you the thought process of how we made these...and perhaps spark your memories too. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ More to come in the coming days....website addresses to follow. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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