BEHAVE LIKE A DEITY …
If Cleopatra wanted to leave you speechless, you would have felt it right away. Before you saw her, you would have smelled her scent around you.
Legend has it that when she first visited Marc Antony in Tarsus, she perfumed the purple sails of her golden boat with such a pungent scent that it reached the shore. As Shakespeare wrote, Cleopatra’s canvases were “so fragrant that the winds were in love with them.” Sounds a bit exaggerated, but honestly, who wouldn’t want to amaze if not the most famous queen in Egypt?
Why immerse yourself in anonymity when you can wear the perfume of the kings and queens of Egypt?