About Spirito Eau De Parfum: The poetics behind Spirito by Meo Fusciuni is inspired from the American poetess Emily Dickinson and it tells the meeting between poetry and nature, making a perfume brightly deep and intense with a long persistence.
"Spirito is running in a green grass field through the wind."
Meo Fusciuni Spirito is part of the Metamorphosis Cycle.
"I was looking for a single body, all I wanted was a sense of balance around me and the perennial delicacy of this fragrance, of its Spirito. None of the notes that I selected sought to dominate the other. I wanted a timeless fragrance, one in which your gaze became lost in the olfactory memory of this journey to a place that I had never seen. A place that only Spirits could reach. After Little Song, I had a strong desire to get away, to escape for a spring or summer day, but I couldn‰۪t and so I imagined a big field blooming with flowers. I wanted to recreate a place I had never seen. I was joined by the poetry of Emily Dickinson, by her words and her images. I saw that place. It felt nearby, like it was mine."