From NYC to Paris, LA or Berlin... Juliette Has a Gun intrigues the world. Armed with her perfume, the Shakespearian heroine goes wild.
Juliette has a Gun creates perfumes made out of rose. Fragile but thorny, the romantic flower is showcased in many different versions.
Classy and sophisticated in Lady vengeance, she can also appear sweet and fragile with Miss Charming. But be careful with appearances...
The ambition? To lead a new rock elegant trend in the perfumery world, by creating romantic and original creations.
Edgy fragrance house Juliette Has A Gun was born in 2005 out of Romano Ricci's love of Shakespeare and romanticism. To truly carve out its own niche in the saturated fragrance industry, Juliette Has a Gun has focused upon dandyish product design, rich fragrances and tongue-in-cheek names to capture the imagination of their audience.
Their fragrance debut came with the double launch of the Miss Charming and Lady Vengeance scents in 2006, each perfume representing the duality of Romano's central Juliette character, her lightness and her darkness. These two initial fragrances were co-created by elusive master perfumer Francis Kurkdijian, the nose of the iconic Jean Paul Gaultier Le Male and Narciso Rodriguez For Her fragrances.
The symbolic gun, around which the brand bases their inspiration, is not a weapon of violence. It is a weapon of seduction, an accessory of bluff, the liberation of women. The Juliette Has a Gun philosophy is to approach each perfume like a piece of art: complete with a back story, an atmosphere, and an infusion of passion and emotion.
It is a reinvention of femininity: strong, assured and deeply and utterly romantic. With each coming fragrance, Juliette Has a Gun expresses a different form of femininity; the seductress (Lady Vengeance), the romantic (Miss Charming), the sophisticated (Citizen Queen) and the carnal (Calamity J), all based around the central note of a rose.