perfume, created by Michael Almairac, is inspired by the music of the very city, Carnegie Hall, the concert block, made of huge concert hall, two smaller halls and the museum, which spreads along whole block from 56th to 57th West Street, then Lincoln Center, complex of main cultural institution buildings, house of 12 arts, music and film industry, University, ballet, New York opera, Metropolitan opera, spreading all the way down the blocks on West Side
, and the famous club Studio 54 in Manhattan. The bottle is decorated with universal symbol of music, the violin key, connecting this perfume with the musical heritage of the New York City, to which this fragrance is dedicated to. The music is everywhere on the West Side
. The perfumes, as well as the music, are based on well balanced rhythm, melodious composition, harmonic or high notes. Top notes seduces us with the floral accords of intoxicating rose along with exciting ylang-ylang and peony, while the heart is warm with sandalwood and amber. Soft and warm vanilla and musk form the base.