Carla Fracci, ballerina of La Scala in Milan, is one of the most famous and most successful primadonnas. She danced in many classics and added the main man's role in ballet Hamlet to her repertoire (choreography: Beppe Menegattiho, music: Dimitrij Shostakovich) in famous The Elizabethan Theatre. Her dance is a realm of fairy-tales, gentle and smooth, while her movements are ethereal, sometimes dramatic, with unique and extraordinary...
Carla Fracci, ballerina of La Scala in Milan, is one of the most famous and most successful primadonnas. She danced in many classics and added the main man's role in ballet Hamlet to her repertoire (choreography: Beppe Menegattiho, music: Dimitrij Shostakovich) in famous The Elizabethan Theatre. Her dance is a realm of fairy-tales, gentle and smooth, while her movements are ethereal, sometimes dramatic, with unique and extraordinary expression. More about Carla Fracci Perfumes and Colognes
The ballerina was born in Milan in 1936, where she studied at the La Scala Ballet School from 1946 with Vera Volkova and others, and graduated in 1954. Carla was promoted soloist in 1956 and principal in 1958. One of her most important roles she portrayed at La Scala were Juliet in Cranko's Romeo and Juliet (1958) and Elvira in Massine's Don Giovanni (1959). She also danced with many companies such as London Festival Ballet in 1959 and 1962, Royal Ballet in 1963, Stuttgart Ballet in 1965 and Royal Swedish Ballet in 1969. From 1967 she was principal guest artist of the American Ballet Theatre.
Clara is best-known work her dancing in the romantic roles. Her nicknames are "The Eleonora Duse of the ballet" and "The Legendary". She is memorable for her role of Giselle, she danced it with many great partners like with Rudolf Nureyev, Vladimir Vasiliev, Henning Kronstam, Mikhail Baryshnikov and Erik Bruhn. One of her Giselle interpretations, the one with Bruhn was even filmed in 1969. Some other beautiful roles were Sylphide, Swanilda and Juliet.
Her other great success in the ballet business was her appointment as director of ballet in Naples 1990-91 and in Verona 1995-97. She currently works as director of Balletto dell'Opera di Roma.
Carla Fracci is also very socially aware and engaged she was named FAO Goodwill Ambassador on 15 October 2004. In 2005, Carla Fracci appeared on a PSA dedicated to FAO on the Internet network Virgilio. She regularly attended the World Food Day celebrations at FAO Headquarters over the years. She attended the inaugural ceremony of the High Level Conference on World Food Security: the Challenges of Climate Change and Bioenergy, on 3 June 2008, FAO HQs. Carla Fracci acted as the Patron of the World Food Day concert organized in Tirana, Albania, on 25 October 2008, with a double awareness-raising and fundraising component.
The ballerina entered the world of perfumery in 2003 with her eponymous fragrance for women Carla Fracci. She has designed 6 perfumes for women so far.
She presented an unusual edition in 2009 hamlet for women, which shows contrasts between men and women with its various accords in the composition, and balances gentle, fresh, spicy and woody ingredients. Natural freshness and beneficial effect, with intensity and dynamics intertwine in the whole composition. Top notes of perfume Hamlet encompass citrusy, aquatic accords and pear, which affects a fresh and juicy opening and fluidity. A heart includes magnolia, white pepper and peony, while a base leaves a clear, woody trail of Guaiac wood, sandalwood and white amber. This fragrant role is composed of fresh juices, spices and precious wood, in natural contrasts which represent Hamlet's deep-minded expression, as well as his complex personality. Its flacon is black and elegant, luxurious and modern, whit discretely engraved name of the brand in white. There is also a luxurious edition in a beautiful, black bottle with a glass stopper produced as pure perfume.
Designer Carla Fracci has 8 perfumes in our fragrance base. The earliest edition was created in 2003 and the newest is from 2014.
2012 for women
2003 for women
2004 for women
2014 for women
2009 for women
2006 for women
2008 for women
2007 for women