Nobile 1942 – Café Chantant – Fragranza Suprema
Ladies and Gentlemen, the show can begin….
A cheerful buzz mingles with easy laughter, ladies in stunning evening gowns whose chypre perfumes blend with gentlemen’s tobacco, are ready to enjoy the show from their table in the front row. Whatever their social status, the enjoyment and pleasure is a genuine “joie de vivre” that towards the end of the nineteenth century, following a wave of optimism, regenerated the great capitals of Europe.
Café Chantant from Nobile 1942 is based on the eponymous French Establishments of the Belle Époque where these “Singing Cafés” contained elements of cabaret, concert events, and vaudeville.
The first season of the Parisian Café Chantant was such a success that the shows even influenced many Italian artists. Writers and artists of great fame became fans of the most popular Italian Café Chantant and the ladies, regularly attending the cafes, had fun imitating the gestures and clothing of the “Sciantose” actresses who drove their men so wild.
© First in Fragrance (sc)
Nobile 1942 fragrances contain essential oils obtained through natural processes of steeping, filtering, and distillation. This results in a lengthy production process, but our patience is rewarded by heightened aromas and tenacious fragrances that maintain their substance and full body.
The patience of a craftsman that is required in producing our essences is also seen in the subsequent phases that all follow the rhythms of nature and centuries of tradition. Once all of the ingredients have been blended, the mixture is left to rest for one month before it can be considered a fragrance ready to be bottled. This process and the use of natural raw materials provides the fragrance with another unique characteristic: adaptability. It changes with the mood and temperament of the moment to take on unique, unforgettable variations in olfactory pleasure.