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Salvador Dali Perfume & Women's Fragrance

Salvador Domingo Felipe Jacinto Dalí i Domènech, Marqués de Dalí de Pubol, also just know as Salvador Dali, was a Spanish painter known for his surrealist paintings. Salvador was born in 1904 in Figueres, Catalonia, Spain and passed away 1989 also in Figueres.

Salvador found his love for painting when he he attended a drawing school in 1916 and had his first public exhibition in 1919, when he was only 15 years old.

Only very young Salvador moved to Madrid to study and got well known for his different personal styles, but even more for his experiment with Cubism. After being expelled in 1926 Salvador went to Paris when he met Pablo Picasso, a painter he later used as inspiration for his own pieces.

In 1929 Salvador met the love of his life, Gala Eluard, during his one man show in Paris. They soon after moved in together and ended up getting in married, first in 1934 and later in 1958. Even though Salvador only had eyes for his Gala, it wasn't always a happy marriage. In 1968 he bought Gala a castle, that he could only visit with written permission and his wife allegedly was the reason why Salvador started to shake on his hands, by giving him a cocktail of unsubscribed medicine.

When Salvador died in 1989 he left a big legacy behind him. Noticeable is the Mae West Lips Sofa, the work on numerous films, such as Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound, Christian Dior costumes together with books, architecture and photographs.
Some of his most known paintings counts The Persistence of Memory, Swans Reflecting Elephants and Metamorphosis of Narcissus.

Salvador did also start making fragrances. Inspired by his wife and muse Gala, Salvador made his first fragrance Salvador Dali Parfum in 1983. The bottle of the perfume is in the familiar lip shaped bottle, something that is a part of every bottle, either as the shape or drawings on the bottle.
The brand has several collection including the Kiss Collection, DALI HAUTE PARFUMERIE, and Aphrodite Collection, leaving something for everyone's taste and style.

With more than 50 different fragrances under the Salvador brand only two of them was produced while Salvador was still alive.
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