This is not a blue bottle derives its name from ‘The Treachery of Images', a famous work in the 1920s by the Belgian surrealist painter René Magritte. The painting shows the image of a pipe above a declaration which reads, translated from French, as "This is not a pipe”. This is not a blue bottle is the allegory of a fragrant big bang, a journey from the abstract to the most fiery of emotions in the infinite realm of blue. 1.1 is created with top notes of aldehyde and bitter orange that give way to a heart of geranium and honey. Base notes of amber, musk and patchouli round out this hypnotic and ethereal Oriental unisex eau de parfum, the perfume of abstraction.