Lost in Heaven depicts a dream sequence of an adult lost in paradise. It represents the complexity of feelings that convey both the longing for a place of uncontaminated innocence and unconditional love and the inevitable and controversial burden of life, made up of feelings of sin and guilt, real or, worse, imagined.
This dichotomy, which lies at the bottom of anyone’s soul, is portrayed with a selection of the most angelic notes: beautiful Orange Blossom and Jasmine absolutes, along with soft Heliotrope, gentle Sandalwood, sweet Tonka Bean and many other notes that it considers paradisiacal.
The darker side is conveyed much more subtly, not immediately detectable, through cumin and other spices, and a large selection of animalic notes, including a reconstruction of Tonk musk.
“I came up with the idea of calling this perfume Feeling Good, as that is its purpose: to make you feel like you’re in paradise, but not in a fake, imaginary one, but in a real place where you finally face your darker side, the heavy baggage you carry with you.”