00 Auriel - Eau de Parfum 3.4oz
A dark, sultry, animals wood that balances feminine and masculine from top to bottom, at first impression, the scent opens with an assertive blend of cassis berries, herbaceous coriander and tellicherry peppercorns, the heart is copious floral aphrodisiac of spicy rose absolute, creamy jasmine samba and sweet muguet giving a smooth velvety texture. Ariel's root of black agar wood develop on the skin with resinous warmth and richness that is undeniably provocative.
- Top Notes: Cassis berries, coriander, black pepper
- Middle Notes: Rose, jasmine, lily of the Valley
- Base Notes: Agarwood, sandalwood, patchouli, labdanum
- Olfactive Group: Woody
- Created: 2016
Comme des Garcons DOT - Eau de Parfum
Come des Garcons' DOT captures the suave floralcy with fruity tonalities that emanates from the blossoms with radiant green notes to illustrate the leaves and white ambery woods that reflect the bark of the osmantus tree.
- Top Notes: Green leaves, bitter orange, pepper
- Middle Notes: Osmanthus, olibanum
- Base Notes: White amber woods
- Olfactive Group: Fruity Floral
- Perfumer: Lucas Sieuzak
- Created: 2016
Eau Contraire - Eau Contemporaine 3.4oz
Eau Contraire, a velvet water: Solar and generous. Blood orange from Sicily is infused with Indian cardamom.
Thirdman, the perfumery for a new era: Ultra sensorial, personal and freed from excessive design Thirdman focuses on the intrinsic beauty of nature's textures, the unprecedented sensation of contemporary molecular research and the innovative engineering to its formula to provide one-of-a-kind pleasure.
Thirdman's "Eau Contemporaine" is a new type of scent which features the weightlessness of an "Eau" and the lasting power of an "Eau de Parfum".
Grace by Grace Coddington - Eau de Toilette
“I’ve always loved the smell of roses and the first fragrance I ever wore was rose water. Over time, I’ve experimented with everyone else’s version of Rose, and even got sidetracked by some others along the way. Now I’ve arrived back at the point I first started, with Rose. Except this time, it’s my Rose.” – GRACE CODDINGTON
Grace’s long time love of roses served as his inspiration for the scent, and Fabien Baron and his team worked closely with Grace to create the distinctive bottle. The bottle’s cap was clearly inspired by Grace’s not-so secret love of her cats, and the packaging showcases some of her original and unique drawings.
- Top Notes: Bergamot oil, mint, basil leaves, cardamom and pink peppercorns
- Middle Notes: Moroccan rose absolute, freesia and peach blossom
Base Notes: Vetiver, cashmere wood, white musks, amber crystals
Grand Chalet - Astier de Villatte
An enchanting smell escapes the bottle and suddenly fills the air: it is the age-old linden that shades the garden of painter Balthus’s atelier, at Grand Chalet, high up in the Swiss alps.
A tribute to the artist and his favourite scent, bask in this Cologne’s delightful redolence of honey, milk and slight hints of lemon. And in the end, a slight trail of blond wood and vanilla remains.
Moonlight in Heaven - Eau de Parfum 1.7oz
For this new chapter, the reflection of the moon is omnipresent: whether it is in the form of mother of-pearl for the jewel on the coffret, or in the sparkle of citrusy notes which open the new fragrance.
This new olfactive chapter is a romantic getaway , allowing us to escape into a secret paradise, under the pale moonlight.
Like a dazzling beam in the night, a citrusy duo of lemon and grapefruit, spiced with a pink pepper berry, open the scent.
This olfactive treat unveils a sweet coconut and milky rice aroma, refreshed by the juicy accents of mango, while the smell of the tonka bean envelops a delicate vetiver. All combined to become a truly narcotic pleasure.
OdeJo - Eau de Toilette
OdeJo was founded by creative director and fashion stylist Jo Levin. The Story of O is a story of one woman’s obsession…with fragrance.
Jo Levin found the oil that would become her scent signature in an apothecary long ago and far away. While her career as a fashion stylist blossomed, she was often asked about her perfume, and she never really knew what to say about her enigmatic oil. So she came up with a simple, enigmatic answer. “It’s Eau de Jo.”
Her favourite time of day is the golden hour in summer, just before night falls, when the earth still holds the heat of the sun. That sensual reverie is the essence of OdeJo: lily and Tahitian rose, warm and lingering, cucumber oil and blue sea kelp, fresh and vivid. Jo always wore O as an oil, so OdeJo comes as both an eau de toilette and a rollerball, which deepens the fragrance on the skin.
The slow reveal is at the heart of perfume’s elusive nature. OdeJo began as a mystery, and, like any great obsession, it’s not yet ready to give up all its secrets.