Maria Colucelli was inspired by the floral notes of Rose Opera, when she painted a volatile flower with pigment symbolizing merriment and happiness, the colour rose. Rose Opera.
Perhaps the painted flower was a rose but then it could also have been an anemone. It is of no importance, because its beauty is defined by the absence of words. For this reason, the painting, just like the perfume it inspires, awakes ethereal and sublime shades, which develop as if in a flower.
The extraordinary quality of change continues, developing among the top, mid and base notes of the perfume and suggesting to the artist a rich three-part personality.