Rare as a concept. It is a special and rare perfume that actually makes sure to remain as such intentionally. In general, the whole creation of these perfumes is a bit rebellious. Since his grandmother, Nina Richie produced her perfumes in a sweeping and industrial way, and could be obtained anywhere, her grandchild treats his perfumes as a work of art. And as such, it is bound by bulk. Juliette Has A Gun can certainly be seen as an attempt to prove that the grandson can succeed in his own right and express his own world independently. If for Nina Richie the perfume was romantic, alluring, sensual and flowery, then here the perfume metaphorically becomes the woman's kiss. And as such, the weapon is actually liberated, but can also gain revenge from the male world.